Stacie at Building Nutrition posted an excellent article about how you CAN eat healthy food for low cost, where she highlights four meal-plans prescribed by the USDA and how much you should expect to pay for groceries each month based on a singles, 2 … [Read more...] about Eating healthy for low cost
Last Friday, our client called us in and said they ran out of money and worked ceased immediately. This was the first time in a long time that our company had to deal with something like this. I'll write more about that another time though (when I … [Read more...] about Job Update: A day at the zoo and more
Last night, a few D.C. bloggers got together to welcome Plonkee to the states, and specifically to Washington D.C.. It just happened that I was the only guy in attendance ;) Mapgirl, Mrs. Micah, Plonkee and I ate dinner at Chinatown Express in, … [Read more...] about Girl’s Night Out…Oh, and Me Too!
In Part One: Luxuries, I outlined the few expenses in our life that could easily go if we wanted to save a few bucks extra, pay off debt faster, or buy that giant 60" plasma TV (with a few months savings of course). In Part Two: Semi-Luxuries, we dug … [Read more...] about What could you give up when you’re in financial trouble? – Part Three
I'm a few days late on this one, but I was pretty busy this past week with closing the pool, a mid-term exam, work, our wedding anniversary, etc. But here it is! My highlights from the Festival of Frugality, hosted by Fire Finance: Here at Clever … [Read more...] about Best Frugality Posts from the Festival of Frugality #96
David at My Two Dollars has hosted the 94th Festival of Frugality this week, where my article "Secret Value of House Guests: Cleaning Out the Pantry" was featured in the At The House section. There were so many good articles (seriously), but I'll … [Read more...] about Best Frugality Posts from the Festival of Frugality #94