My March payday was yesterday. This can only mean one thing: I’M RICH!!!!!! If only. Yesterday’s payday simply means that today is a budget reconciliation day, one of my least favourite tasks at the end of every month, mainly because I am a bit of a free spirit. But hey, what has to be done has to be done. Here is how the month of … Continue reading Budget Recap: March 2019
Today, I give you my favourite cupcakes recipe – I am almost done with Whole30 and let me just say, I want red velvet and cheese frosting!!! Red velvet cake in any format is for some reason or another considered difficult but it is in fact one of the easier recipes. Think of it as the fancier sister of a sponge cake. And if you … Continue reading Red velvet cupcakes are easier than you think
5 things for Monday are up! In this post I am sharing the 5 most notable things that have been present in my life in the past week. Continue reading Happy Monday (25th March 2019)
I am having trouble believing that I am writing this, but tonight I am going to go and do some panic shopping. You know…just I case UK ends up crashing out of EU next Friday which is now an entirely realistic scenario. My main concern is not about food running particularly short in the weeks immediately following the potential hard Brexit, but around certain foods … Continue reading A little panic shopping list just in case the hard Brexit happens.
You know how people say getting out of debt and building wealth require sacrifice? Well, they are not kidding. I dug myself out of a small mountain of consumer and student loan debt in 12 months making not much money and today I’ll tell you what it took. Time I spent a lot more time working instead of enjoying life outside of work. But … Continue reading 5 things I gave up to get out of debt
I love a good ole potato. When I am in a pinch, feeling a little lazy, needing a bit of comfort food or just don’t want to spend money, I take a potato and make a meal of it. Sometimes more than one potato, truth be told. Today, I have one of my favourite childhood recipes for you. It’s frugal, it’s quick and it’s tasty. … Continue reading My favourite (dirt cheap) recipe – savoury potato pancakes
So it happened – I had a whole no-spend month and didn’t even realise it was happening. Is this what I have become? Ok, it’s not a bad thing that I have no spend months or weeks or days without noticing. Or I hope it’s not a bad thing. So what happens in person’s life to suddenly stop spending? Here is what has been happening … Continue reading I had a no-spend month and didn’t even notice