If you’re reading this, you’re probably on a budget. You might have debt. Like everyone I know, you’re probably trying to cut back on spending. Money is tight – and that’s exactly why you should be giving it away where it’s needed. Do I sound crazy? There are significant needs in this country and around […]
I’ve spent the past few days feeling slightly “under the weather.” More sleep, more soup, more tea, more water. More saying “no” to things if it is going to exhaust me more than I already am. The moment I cheat on something in this list, I pay for it the next morning. I’m reminded that […]
I’m not a financial advisor and I’m not wealthy, let’s just get that straight. But common sense tells me that becoming wealthy is a lot like losing weight: Earn more than you spend, burn more calories than you eat. It’s simple math. Seems to me that until one can make this equation fit my life, […]
From a Nalgene-toting, salad-eating outdoor sports nut, to a suburban-living, “Lost”-watching wife at a desk job, Rachel’s life has changed quite a bit. But her and her husband have decided to get back to the way they used to feel with some big goals and a small budget.
For this recipe I used some chicken from my Blue Collar Baked Chicken recipe I posted a few weeks ago. You don’t have to make this chicken for this recipe, but that’s what I’m basing price on. This is a great little dish to throw together at the end of a long day when all you […]
I’m going to take a break from recipes and post this article ABC posted about poor people eating healthy. I think it’s very interesting and deserves a read. Half the reason I write on this site is to prove to myself and others that eating healthy doesn’t have to be expensive, as you’ve already seen. […]