I knew the lessons of this year’s No Spend February lessons were sinking in when I finally figured out what to add to a perpetually empty and dusty but very usable shelf and more importantly when our family conversations about want and need changed to what we are individually and together saving to buy later. … Continue reading No Spend Month Updates
Sometimes we need a super easy, customizable dinner that can include as many veggies as possible. This is a dish we eat regularly. This a super easy weeknight dinner that we make regularly. Even the preschooler loves it!
It’s No Spend February! Traditionally once a year our family takes a month to evaluate our spending patterns and consumer behaviors. Sometimes this takes place in January, other times in February. We specifically choose the winter months because we are already spending more time at home. Taking a month’s break to purposely evaluate what we … Continue reading How to Do a No Spend Month
With the recent addition of egg, wheat, cow milk and corn allergies (no one panic, it isn’t EpiPen level allergies just allergies we have to be mindful of on a daily basis.), we’ve tried to find ways to change up our favorite dishes to accommodate these changes. For Christmas dinner this year, we decided to … Continue reading InstantPot Vegan Mashed Potatoes
This five-ingredient crockpot (or Instapot!) is perfect for an easy weeknight meal. The longer the chicken cooks in the crockpot the more fall off the bone tender it is. Serve with a side of rice and some broccoli and it is a perfectly “delightful” (as the five-year-old would say!) dinner.