Welcome to FlourSackMama.com, where we’re carrying on the best of Grandma’s traditions while improving on what we know better.
Please make yourself at home, and invite your friends over.
FlourSackMama.com is a blog featuring original articles, green consumer resources, clean couponing and simple living tips with your busy family in mind.
Let’s learn more.
Let’s listen to yesterday’s stories.
Let’s make the most of today, for our children’s sake
What if we could all breathe clean air, drink safe water and eat healthy food without spending a fortune on it?
When will we get serious about preventing cancer and other terrible diseases, even if it means taking an honest look at everything in our environment?
Why not spend a moment each day thinking of someone who might follow decades later in our footsteps or of anything bigger than ourselves?
Hi, my name is Anne and I created this blog to help carry on the best of Grandma’s traditions while improving on what we know better.
I’m the child of full-time family farmers, the daughter of an extraordinary woman who died too soon from cancer, the wife of a man who still doesn’t get it if I spend more on organic produce, the mother of children who deserve a healthy start in life just like yours do. While I try to respect all faiths, mine happens to be Christianity.
My degree is in broadcast journalism from the University of Missouri, my past work experience in a typical newsroom. If you believe that journalism should remain a public trust and want to support independent voices like mine and others you’ll find here, please show your support by liking, following, bookmarking and telling everyone you know about this little online magazine.
I’m also available for public speaking and workshops for your group.
Blog kit for FlourSackMama.com
My grandparents and many others in their day survived the Great Depression with faith, fortitude and self-reliance. They worked hard because it was the right thing to do. They raised their own farm animals, grew a large garden and baked their own bread. They mended and reinforced things instead of throwing them away. Frugality was necessary for their survival.
Then over the next few years, life got a bit easier. More convenient, you might say. As easy as canned goods from the grocery store, fast food from the drive-through, and baby formula.
Fast forward to today, with poverty, unemployment, hunger and homelessness in the United States. The new reality is that even the middle class — people with educations and jobs — or who at least had solid jobs until a layoff — are having to watch every penny.
It turns out that some of the back-to-basics ideas like growing your own food or making stuff last longer might not only be frugal, but better for our health and the environment. I am thankful for my grandparents’ inspiration.
Disclosure policy below:
This blog is a personal blog written and edited by me. For questions about this blog, please contact Anne@FlourSackMama.com.
This blog accepts forms of cash advertising, sponsorship, paid insertions or other forms of compensation.
This blog abides by word of mouth marketing standards. We believe in honesty of relationship, opinion and identity. The compensation received may influence the advertising content, topics or posts made in this blog. That content, advertising space or post will be clearly identified as paid or sponsored content.
The owner(s) of this blog is compensated to provide opinion on products, services, websites and various other topics. Even though the owner(s) of this blog receives compensation for our posts or advertisements, we always give our honest opinions, findings, beliefs, or experiences on those topics or products. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely the bloggers’ own. Any product claim, statistic, quote or other representation about a product or service should be verified with the manufacturer, provider or party in question.
This blog does contain content which might present a conflict of interest. This content will always be identified.
This blog is for informational purposes only and is not intended to provide any professional advice, opinions or services of any kind. Readers should always seek professional help with medical, safety, financial and other questions that arise.
To get your own policy, go to http://www.disclosurepolicy.org
- P.O. Box 4631 Oak Ridge, TN 37831
- Tel: 865-696-9431