Phew. We made it. Today was my last grocery run for February. Five hundred dollars in a Hallmark card envelope to feed us for the past twenty-eight days.* A challenge, yes. Especially considering a month ago, our average grocery costs were hovering around $1000/month. This month, we halved it. And then some. In fact, at… Continue reading How to Eat for $500 a Month: Our Take on a Cash Only Grocery Budget
Money and I have a love/hate relationship. Everything about it stresses me out. I sit in bank meetings and my eyes slowly glaze over. Don't ask me what a mutual fund is. Or what the current interest rate is. I mean, seriously...I just figured out what a tax-free savings account is. Now I whip out… Continue reading Keeping Up with the Jones’….Or Not.