A few days after starting our adventure with extreme crock-potting, we were picking up a few items from the grocery store. When we got to the car, Ash unfortunately dropped the egg carton. What were we going to do with a dozen cracked eggs?
What’s for dinner? Good question. As we continue to maximize our budget and improve our nutrition we are really trying to stick with homemade lunches and dinners. After a couple of weeks though, I’m pretty burnt out from planning a new meal each night at the last minute, multiple grocery store trips, and the never-ending dirty dishes. I’ve seen this idea floating around on Facebook and other blogs, and it seemed like the answer to all of our problems! But is it?
My first cell phone was a silver Sanyo with Sprint. My Mom got it for me when I started driving alone in 2003. Eight years later, I was with AT&T using the iPhone. Now, after nearly ten years of cell phones (and driving) under my belt, I ditched my smart phone on the un-smart plan for something a little different.