I am on an everlasting quest to find cheap AND healthy meals. I can do cheap all day, and I can also whip up something healthy, but somehow when you try to find a meal in the overlap of the Venn diagram you come up short … a lot. Continue reading
Not to sound like a cliche broken record, but HOW IS IT 2018?! Not that I’m complaining – I’m so ready for a new year and a new “leaf”. Plus I love to look back on my goals for the year and see how I did!
Here were my 2017 financial goals: Continue reading
How weird is it to write 2018?! I know everyone always says that but it really is totally crazy to me that 2017 is over.
Here are my January financial goals: Continue reading
As a person living with anxiety I tend to fall into ruts that disguise themselves as my “comfort zone”. If it were up to me, I’d probably rarely leave the house, never watch a new show, and eat the same thing every day (pasta). I’m what you would call…boring 🙂 .
However, becoming aware of my tendencies and their triggers/causes has been really helpful. Admitting you have a problem is the first step, as they say. SO, I do my best to fight the urge to live a life of monotony (don’t we all fall into the monotony trap sometimes?) and I make an effort to branch out. I even went to a yoga class for the first time last month! Continue reading
Ah, the start of a new month! Things are changing around here and we have been talking about new jobs, breaking our lease, moving “home” earlier than planned and returning our leased vehicle early. Potentially a lot of change happening this month, but I am so excited for all of it! I can see the light at the end of the “single-income-in-a-super-expensive-city” life. We have been barely scraping by for over a year now and it feels so good to start pushing the momentum the other direction Continue reading
I find breakfast to be the easiest meal of the day to save money on. When it comes to dinner that’s another story, but I put together a list of cheap breakfast ideas to help you save money! Continue reading