Packing for a trip can seem a daunting task. Remembering everything and abiding TSA approved specifications are a lot for anyone. As someone that only travels with a carry-on, it makes travel easier but you also need to be sure everything fits. Since I travel frequently, I like it’s because I can be sure luggage isn’t lost because I haven’t checked anything. Not to mention I am also not dealing expensive checked bag fees.
We work hard to earn a living. We should make sure we spend the money we bring home wisely. That’s where a household budget comes in. It’s a good tool to see at a glance what we have coming in, what’s going out (and what that money is paying for) and if there’s anything left at the end of the month to put into savings.
I have used Pinterest for years but as a blogger, more so now than ever. While looking for people in my niche to follow, I noticed a scrolling Pinterest showcase, a feature of your best boards. I liked it. A lot. I wanted it. Only I could not figure it out.
IS BUYING IN BULK BETTER?
Honestly, people either seem so for or against bulk buying and there seems to be no middle ground for them. But the truth of the matter is, it can be good or bad depending on what you are buying. You can save a lot of money on the right products.
I have to admit, I am a bath bomb addict. I love how my skin feels and that they do the fizzy thing when you drop them in the tub. Quite simply, one of my favorite things. Several a week. But I hate the expense. $10 or more? That doesn’t fit in my budget. That’s highway robbery! I started looking into making them at home and discovered it is inexpensive. If you’ve never tried a bath bomb, you are seriously missing out on a spa-like experience! But with a wonderful fizz that gives your bath just the right kick.
To some, the habits they strive to master lead to things like getting more sleep, to read more, etc. While those are fine, they simply impact only oneself. I am a believer that the road to this better life that we are chasing, should be filled with things that impact more than just ourselves, but those around us that share our daily lives. In doing so, I believe they will, in the end, also impact those singular desires once we get our lives in order.
If you’ve been reading my blog, you know how passionate I am about bullet journals and want to help inspire others to get started with theirs.
As you already know if you read my blog, I am an avid organizer. I like everything to have a place and everything to be in its place. I am always looking for ideas I’ve not thought of. Bedroom organization is helpful to save time, have more productive mornings and is important if you have limited space.
Obviously keeping an organized fridge will save you time. Time from looking and digging. It will also save you money. Lost items in the fridge get forgotten and go bad, thus wasting money. But that search time also wastes energy. We all hate throwing money away.
My slow cooker is probably my most used appliance. The benefits of using one are many! From the ease of use to ease in cleaning, whether busy or lazy day the slow cooker fits so many needs. With that in mind, I’ve compiled even more tips and tricks so you’ll love it even more! You’ll be on the road to being a slow cook pro. Let me know which ones you try!