Part of simple living is not having to go to the grocery store all of the time. Creating a stockpile eliminates this need. It also enables you to stock up on great bargains so you don't have to pay full price later! The Little House Living stockpile stays full at all times to be prepared for any emergency that comes our way!

Creating a Stockpile

How to Stock Up
Keeping Inventory
Stockpiling 101
Stockpiling for Winter
Why Do You Stockpile?
Stockpiling Water
Rotating Your Stockpile
Creating a 3 to 6 Month Supplies List
Being Realistic About What You Need
Stockpiling Non-Perishables
When Buying in Bulk Isn't Best
Building a Whole Foods Stockpile
Small Space Storage
How to Build a Stockpile Quickly

Practical Uses for Stockpiles

Eating from the Pantry Stockpile (Part 1)(Part 2)
Eating Cheap from the Pantry
Sprucing Up Boxed Meals

Cold Storage

Pantyhose Onion Storage
Frugal Cold Storage
How Long Will Produce Last in Cold Storage?

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Stephanie carpenter February 26, 2013 at 4:37 pm

Great site!


2 debbie donnelly November 12, 2013 at 5:12 pm

I am in love with this site,we are country folks,big gardens,canning,if I can learn something new I am always eager,anything natureal,or healthy is what we strive for,in Western Canada we have to stock up.


3 Melissa November 21, 2013 at 5:52 am

Ooohhh I think I just found a new favorite blog to stalk! Thank you for putting this information out there! We already live quite frugally but I love reading about other people’s journeys to see where I can cut back more and find new ways to do things for ourselves. Sometimes for me its just getting past my own mental blocks other times its hurdling over my resistant hubby or my persistent MIL who means well but doesn’t always get it.
We have come pretty far from where we started and have made some excellent and some really poor choices along t he way. Overall we are on the right track and have a happy marriage and 4 phenomenal kids to share it all with!


4 Bonnie Bourdage January 3, 2014 at 8:19 pm

Thank you so much Merissa, I love this blog


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