Consistency for the win!

My 2019 personal value goal is consistency. We've heard it a hundred times that, "It's not what you do sometimes, but what you do most of the time," that matters. And I knew that. We all know that. We don't always feel it though. Or see it in our lives. Over the few years I … Continue reading Consistency for the win!

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Real life; not fantasy.

In real life things often come up that interfere with our fantasies of how debt pay off or investment build up will look like. We plan and plan and plan some more and sh*t happens. That's just life. By the way, I'm saying this with amusement, not dour sadness and frustration. If things went to … Continue reading Real life; not fantasy.

Pet Insurance: Responsible pet ownership for low income pet parents.

If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook, you'll know my dog had a mini stroke just over a week ago.  A TIA (transient ischemic attack) is a small stroke that resolves either immediately following the stroke, or over a short time leaving little or no evidence or damage.  He has fully recovered. Wahoo! After … Continue reading Pet Insurance: Responsible pet ownership for low income pet parents.

Ways to save: Laundry and dish detergent

Like many people, I just bought my liquid detergent at the store.  I would buy whatever was least expensive, use coupons/bulk shop and call it.  Then I started getting involved in the DIY realm and started making my own detergent and laundry soap.    What I discovered over time was that the laundry soap was … Continue reading Ways to save: Laundry and dish detergent

Results: Snow Challenge Week 1

To reiterate: Eat as though you are home bound due to a snow storm. I have several rule exceptions to this, but that's the main idea. I began with mom's Thanksgiving leftovers and then moved onto my pantry/freezer.  There are a few pictures and a video below.  I'm fairly well stocked in my pantry, and my … Continue reading Results: Snow Challenge Week 1

Challenge: Snow storm 2018

As discussed in previous posts I regularly do pantry challenges to keep up rotation, prevent expiration, and use up those odd ball items.  It challenges my creativity, beats back my sugar dragon, and is a kindness to my pocket book.  I call this challenge: The Snow Storm Challenge.  I was inspired several years ago by a … Continue reading Challenge: Snow storm 2018