Last week I came across an article that claimed that Millennials killed 17 different things. 17! Well, I couldn’t help but laugh. Millennials have become the butt of so many jokes and are blamed for the most random things. I have no idea where they came up with this list or determined that millennials were … Continue reading 17 Things Millennials Didn’t Kill
"Endless desire is one of the pitfalls of human nature, and one of the first things you need to cure if you want to get ahead more quickly." Your Money or Your Lifeby Vicki Robin Who this book is for: Anyone struggling to build a budget, stay afloat with your finances, get out of debt, … Continue reading Book Reviews: Your Money or Your Life by Vicki Robin
Millennials are likely to blame for cutting the cable cords back around 2008. Ahhh good old 2008! 2008 was the height of the Great Recession and around that same time Roku started to gain popularity. Anyone else find the timing a bit comical? Boomers killed our economy (maybe not all Boomers) with the deregulation of … Continue reading What’s the Point of Cutting Cable?
The beautiful author of Mind. Beauty. Simplicity wrote The 10 Misconceptions of Being A Minimalist last week. I love that she wrote about this topic. Oftentimes people spend a little bit of time observing me, noticing that I only wear black dresses to work, and rarely, if ever, talk about any shopping besides grocery shopping. … Continue reading Minimalists are *FILL IN THE BLANK* – Are you Sure?
'Cuz they say...2000 zero party over oops out of timeSo tonight I'm gonna party like it's 1999 I was dreamin' when I wrote thisSo sue me if I go too fastBut life is just a partyAnd parties weren't meant to last War is all around usMy mind says prepare to fightSo if I gotta dieI'm … Continue reading June 2021 Experiment Inspired by Prince
Like with most things you see on Pinterest, Facebook, or Instagram, there is the reality vs. the internet. At the start of this month I had these lofty goals of reducing our waste and edging closer and closer to zero waste. My fantasy-self thought we could go the whole month without putting out garbage and that … Continue reading Week 4 – Reduce Waste May 2021 Challenge: Wrap Up
Yesterday I eavesdropped on my coworkers talking about a virtual Tupperware party going on. Honestly I thought Tupperware was from my childhood and it wasn’t a thing anymore. It was all of that burnt orange, yellow, and green from maybe a 1970s Tupperware party that I grew up using. Anyone else remember these? My Mammy … Continue reading Tupperware Parties are Coming Back! – My Frugal Ways Avoided the Party
Decisions. Decisions. Decisions. Anyone else tired of constantly making decisions? Tired of constantly being bombarded with advertising? Ever go to the store with a list of 5 things and come out with 50? Ever since I started to live a more minimalist life I realized that all of the advertising, flashing signs, and marketing stuff … Continue reading Why Online Grocery Shopping Works for Me
Since my May challenge is my “reduce our waste,” I thought it would be important to address our recycling. I mentioned in my first article for this challenge that we recycle as much as possible because it’s FREE. We pay for garbage pickup by the bag. I need to confuse something to you, my dear … Continue reading Week 1 – Reduce Waste May 2021 Challenge: What Is Actually Recyclable?
It’s been a while since I wrote a financial update after switching from saving to paying off debt. Pour yourself a cup of tea and let’s catch up. What Happened with My Tax Bill? The first weekend in February I did our taxes and found out that I personally owed $2,462 by April 15. I … Continue reading No Spend April 2021 Update