Herb Illiteracy and An Easy Shrimp Recipe

I stumbled upon a lone marijuana plant in my very own backyard garden. I counted down the minutes until my husband walked through the door, knowing my children would be confiscated if I’d sent him a picture or discussed over the phone the weed(s) growing near our home. My nervousness quickly turned to sheer pride when my husband pointed out my herb illiteracy. Continue reading

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2 Quick, Easy, and Delicious Dinner Recipes

I received compliments and recipe requests for the photos featured on my recent post Your Grocery Budget & Keeping it a Priority, so here they are! Please bear with me- I get to be creative in my kitchen which usually means I’m not using any form of measuring.

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Your Grocery Budget and Keeping it a Priority

Family budgeting is an amazing tool to help keep priorities in line and waste at a minimum. With a smaller income, a budget is important for ensuring bills get paid and food is on the table. The same is true for a large income where the danger becomes nonchalant and comfortable spending. A budget creates a boundary for spending, a security zone for the earnings of hard work and sacrificed time. Continue reading