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  1. Hi. Just waned to say that I love your blog, it is really interesting. I am considering taking on the clothing ration myself; and was researching just that when I stumbled upon you.

    How did you end up with so much tea?!

    1. Hello, and Thanks!

      Tea: I purchased some of it, and traded for some of it. I participated in an online community called Steepster where other tea fanatics and I reviewed what we were drinking. It was a great way for me to find out more about tea and figure out the types I love, but now that I have a pretty good idea of my tastes I can calm down, enjoy what I have, and only purchase when I run out of something. 🙂

  2. I just stumbled across your blog and I am fascinated! I have always had an interest in life in Britain during wartime. Do you have a post that explains how the challenge works?

    1. Hello Jennifer! Here is the most recent rationing scheme I’ve been using (be sure to switch make and buy – I made a mistake but didn’t want to waste paper redoing it 🙂

      https://lifeduringwartimechallenge.wordpress.com/2015/08/18/incentivizing/

      And here is a general post from when I started:

      https://lifeduringwartimechallenge.wordpress.com/2014/01/12/lets-ration-like-its-1941/

      Any questions, just ask! I’m going to ration in 2016 so there will be additional twists and turns!

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