Tupperware Parties are Coming Back! – My Frugal Ways Avoided the Party

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

Week 2 – Reduce Waste May 2021 Challenge: Why isn’t This Recyclable?

How’s the low waste May Challenge going?  I’m frustrated.  Honestly I’m really frustrated because so much of what I thought was recyclable isn’t recyclable.  Plastic #5 isn’t readily recyclable nationwide and yet IT’S EVERYWHERE!  Yogurt containers and lids, plastic meal prep containers and lids, and probably so much more.  My only option to recycle plastic … Continue reading Week 2 – Reduce Waste May 2021 Challenge: Why isn’t This Recyclable?

May 2021 Experiment Inspired by Earth Day

After spending some time on Earth Day cleaning up other people’s garbage, I’m taking on another challenge for May.  I’m really enjoying these monthly challenges.  It’s giving me the space to experiment and try something new without all of the pressure to succeed.  Rather than the go big or go home mentality that I associate … Continue reading May 2021 Experiment Inspired by Earth Day

April 2021 Experiment Inspired by Year of No Sugar by Eve O. Schaub

Sugar.  That single little word may cause more contention amongst humans that many other words used today.  Does eating sugar actually hurt you?  Could you live your life without sugar?  Is it necessary for survival?  Does it actually cause you to get fat or does fat make you fat?  Is sugar the new heroin?  Could … Continue reading April 2021 Experiment Inspired by Year of No Sugar by Eve O. Schaub

Book Review: Suddenly Frugal by Leah Ingram

Suddenly Frugal:  How to Live Happier & Healthier for Less 5 star book Who this book is perfect for:  New homeowner, recent college graduate, or someone starting off their debt busting journey.  If you have been on your debt busting journey for a couple years, this book might not offer any new suggestions for you.  … Continue reading Book Review: Suddenly Frugal by Leah Ingram