Patriotic Decoration Season

Have you noticed red, white, and blue decorations here and there? Why are they everywhere in the United States Spring thru Summer? After Easter, we've got significant amount of back to back patriotic holidays. There's Memorial Day, Independence Day and Labor Day. Sure Labor Day is a stretch, but it's the last major summer weekend.... Continue Reading →

I Like Tomato Sandwiches

One day, I was sitting in my kitchen booth thinking about more ways to eat raw vegetables. Growing up, I was raised to finish my vegetables. Some dinners were harder than others. During my college years, I realized prep or lack there of impacts the taste and texture of vegetables. Meaning, certain vegetables are better... Continue Reading →

S’mores

S'mores are my guilty pleasure. Marshmallows, milk chocolate, and graham crackers are not safe. When I am in the mood, I can eat between two to four s'mores. Serving wise, that probably sounds like a light snack or dessert. Well, let's see what MyFitnessPal says. Yep. That's just one. So four of these is 792... Continue Reading →

End of Summer Savings Advice and Fall Shopping Tips

Thrifty shoppers know that the perfect time to shop for seasonal clothes are transition months. September is the transition from summer to fall. If you've noticed malls, boutiques, and online stores are usually a season ahead. Retailers advertise transition months in four ways. Lookbooks: Today, designers add lookbooks to their websites. These lookbooks showcase that... Continue Reading →

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