Today marks an important day in Crumbs history – exactly one year ago we launched Frugal Real Food Meal Plans, an all-inclusive meal plan membership designed to the feed a family of four for roughly $350/month. It has been absolutely amazing to hear how this meal plan membership has helped families across the world eatClick to Continue »
Archives for December 2015
Most New Year resolutions seem to fall under one of three major themes: food, money or health. For some of us, it’s a combination of two or three of these. It’s easy to have big, lofty goals. The hard part though, is finding ways to implement change in our daily lives to ACHIEVE the bigClick to Continue »
Merry Christmas Friends! Last year Mr. Crumbs started a tradition where we wrote you – our amazing readers – a Christmas letter. Twelve months ago I was neck deep in launching our meal plan membership. This year I’m treading water in a move across the country. Nonetheless, I’m excited to carry on the tradition andClick to Continue »
We’ve officially been in Georgia for one week and one day and I have a quiz for you. Which of the following statements are true:
Five seconds ago I had one of those “whoa” moments when I realized this is the last budget accountability session for 2015 AND for California. It also happens to recap be a very NOT NORMAL month.
Last Saturday my kids and I packed up and started a 3000 mile road trip, from California to Georgia. It’s not an everyday occurrence that you drive through 8 states in 6 days, so I made sure to take lots of pictures along the way!
Oh my gosh you guys, I think I might have fallen in love with granola. When Renee shared this granola recipe, I was practically drooling on my keyboard. She reminded me of two very important things: 1) how much I love the flavors of cranberry and orange 2) how much I miss the convenience of a bowl of cereal.
One of my favorite things is opening up a brand new yearly planner. All the pages of dates with nothing scribbled on them cause me to wonder about the coming year. What will it hold? This love for planning spreads over into my finances. If I don’t set a specific plan for my money andClick to Continue »