Pouf! There it goes!

As I mentioned in my last post, I'm So Fickle, I created list of projects that I've started or planned to start. It helps keep me accountable and busy. If I'm busy trying to do the projects on this list, then I won't be adding to the damn thing. In theory anyway. The most recent project … Continue reading Pouf! There it goes!

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I’m so Fickle

I get so distracted with my projects and ideas that it's a joke. I make fun of myself. My husband sighs heavily when I mention a new idea and my friends smile and nod. We all know that in a few weeks whatever it was I had a "great idea for" will be gone and … Continue reading I’m so Fickle

Unexpected Goals are Bonus Points

Despite not taking part in resolutions or the "new year, new me" expression, I've written a post dedicated to such things at the start of each year since starting this blog. I didn't want to do the same "this is what I did, this is what I want to do" format so I started thinking … Continue reading Unexpected Goals are Bonus Points

Of all the books, in all the libraries, on all the shelves, I had to read these.

One of my goals this year was to read more. Actually, it was to read 25 books. It's literally the only fucking goal that I've managed to accomplish and that's by the skin of my teeth. I started off strong but then didn't read anything for months until Fall. Then I decided I wanted to meet this goal and … Continue reading Of all the books, in all the libraries, on all the shelves, I had to read these.

Clean-Up on Aisle 8: How Online Grocery Shopping Unburdened my Life

Online shopping has been around for a while. I'm a big fan of it myself and will routinely whip out my phone and check prices online while in a physical store to make sure I'm getting a good deal. Now grocery shopping online ... I feel like that's newer. Amazon has their Pantry but you need … Continue reading Clean-Up on Aisle 8: How Online Grocery Shopping Unburdened my Life

Trimming the Fat: Meal Prep and Saving Money on Groceries

When I first lived on my own I would go grocery with hardly a list. It would include items that I ran out of like ketchup or eggs. I would wonder from aisle to aisle putting whatever in my cart. My grocery bill would never be the same and the food I selected was mostly … Continue reading Trimming the Fat: Meal Prep and Saving Money on Groceries