There is no doubt in my mind that you are busy. I’m busy too, and it’s why I go through the time of doing cost comparisons, like ALDI vs. Costco. I want to make sure I’m getting the best bang for my buck every time I shop, without driving all over town to do it.Click to Continue »
Do you remember the extreme couponing era? I sure do, and I don’t hide the fact that mastering coupons helped us pay off our debt. I originally started couponing for necessity – two kids in diapers on one income in California doesn’t leave a wiggle room for much else. But a few years later, IClick to Continue »
By default, eating real food means spending a lot of time in the kitchen. There’s making a meal plan, prepping the food, cooking the food and then cleaning up the mess(es) you’ve made. All of those can take up a big portion of time. Thankfully there are several kitchen gadgets that make our lives much easierClick to Continue »
In Kinda Crunchy, I write about the importance and practicality of baby steps. Ambition is good, but it can also be overwhelming and debilitating. We make goals that are so big we simply don’t know where to start and therefore end up doing nothing. That’s where small, practical and easy changes come into play.
Is a Costco membership worth it? After price comparing my pantry staples between Costco and ALDI, I absolutely think so, but many readers were concerned about the cost of membership and how that played into the savings. Still, others said that Costco was too far and they didn’t believe it was worth the gas to get there. AreClick to Continue »
Costco is known for their great deals on real food because you’re buying in bulk. ALDI is known for being for having incredibly low prices thanks to their private label and lack of variety. So which is cheaper Costco or Aldi? Readers have left comments saying they cancelled their Costco membership because they found better prices atClick to Continue »
For the past two years, I’ve had a CSA subscription – where you get a box of fresh produce from a local farm. Everything was either certified organic or grown using the same guidelines, and it was a great way to balance feeding my family quality produce with a small budget. Now that we’re in Georgia,Click to Continue »
Today is a guest post from Sheila from To Love, Honor and Vacuum. She writes and speaks about love and marriage from a Christian perspective in a very practical yet fun (and entertaining!) way, so just a heads up when you check out her site – it’s SO addicting! I spent a whole afternoon reading! It’s theClick to Continue »