We’re coming out of the busy time of year, at least for me. The holidays have us running from store to store, visiting family and friends, making extra trips to the grocery store all while making lots of memories. So I’m planning on taking this month to slow down and simply life. I’ve picked a few things so I don’t get overwhelmed but you can pick anything from this list to get started.
We have all been spending more time than usual at home. Okay, well for the last 2 years it has been the usual, but let’s be honest. Most of us are still trying to figure out how to best spend our time at home. We, as a society, are on the go all the time and we are still trying to get used to staying home.
Want to make your money last as long as possible? Buy food that lasts as long as possible. Seriously. It is so easy to buy food that just ends up costing you even more money because it has gone bad in your pantry and you just have to throw it away.
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A couple of days ago we chatted about cheap fruits that will allow you to eat healthy on a budget. Today we are going to talk about some cheap vegetables that you can add to this list. Vegetables are an important part of anyone’s diet. They are healthy, packed full of vitamins, nutrients and fiber to keep you fuller longer!
Cheap food is often not good for you. We know that processed foods can often be bought for pennies on the dollar and we all know that things like this (top ramen, frozen pizza, etc) aren’t good for you. One thing that most of us should be eating more of is fresh produce. Fruits and vegetables are healthy and packed full of healthy vitamins that are good for us!
Are you a follower of Dave Ramsey? Have you been following him or his daughter (Rachel Cruz) on social media? Most people that are familiar with either of them are also familiar with the “Baby Steps.” Baby step 1 (or BS1) is to build an emergency fund of $1000 to cover any unnecessary expenses that may come up. This is a starting point for your new found debt free life.
Is journaling on your to-do list for 2022? If you are new to journaling, they may seem a bit intimidating to you. I don’t blame you. When I was young, journaling simply meant to write down thoughts and experiences throughout your day. If you Google journaling today, the stuff you see will look a whole lot different.
Are you working on health goals? (Aren’t we all? haha) Okay, anyway, trying to reach health goals are important, but they aren’t always easy to do! If part of your health goals include trying to exercise more in the new year, check out these tips that will make it easier to do so!
Do you plan to set New Year’s Resolutions this year? New Year’s resolutions are a tradition that has been around for thousands of years. New Year’s Resolutions are a great way to go into the new year feeling motivated and excited for the year to come.