The Five Dollar Saving Plan

I love this idea because it is easy to do and gives me a real sense of accomplishment. It’s called the Five Dollar Savings Plan. Every time I have a five dollar bill in my wallet, I set it aside and save it instead of spending it. It’s much better than saving coins or dollars, […]

Hot and Ready Rotisserie Chicken: $6.99 Well Spent

We were at Sprouts Farmers Market this week buying fruits and veggies to start my adventures in juicing. It was late and I was getting tired. So when my husband suggested getting a pre-cooked rotisserie chicken from the deli for dinner, I was all for it. At home I quickly stir fried some sweet peas, […]

Themify Offers Free iOS7 Inspired Icons

This morning Themify released a set of 320 iOS 7 inspired web icons free for personal or commercial use. I wanted to share this resource with my readers. Here is a small sample of some of the icons. Themify Icons is a complete set of icons for use in web design and apps, consisting of […]

Make Your Own Spreadable Butter. Does This Food Hack Really Work?

When I heard that I could make spreadable butter out of my regular butter I was cautiously optimistic. I loved the idea, but was skeptical that it might not work. I decided to test it out in my own kitchen and report my results. Why Make Spreadable Butter? The only reason I buy margarine is […]

Make a Paper Garland to Track Your Payment Progress

How Do You Track Your Debt? Some people use budget binders, others may use graphs and charts, and many more just try to keep all of their debt loosely sorted in their heads. Here’s a tip for all of the visual people out there. Make a pretty paper garland that represents your debt. Each circle […]