Saturday Night's Dinner - Homemade Pizzas. We use wraps from Aldi as the bases ($1.89 per pack of 8) & top with whatever we have in the fridge to be used up! Easy, cheap weekend dinner!
I have a confession. So far on our journey, we have not paid any money to learn how to get out of debt. Not a cent. Danny-J's #FindTheMoneyProject (where it all began!) ... FREE I listened to a copy of Dave Ramsey's, The Total Money Makeover, for FREE (there's an audiobook copy on YouTube) and … Continue reading Diving in Deep
If you've been following along on our Instagram page @weridlifeofus you'll know we are almost at the end of Danny-J's February 2017 #FindTheMoneyProject. Our normal meal planning & shopping days are a little out of wack as we were challenged to not go grocery shopping until everything (and I mean EVERYTHING!) had been used up … Continue reading Grocery Haul ~ Feb 2017
Ours is a story of Februarys. February 2015 ~ The beginning of our debt free journey. The point in time we realized the ship was sinking. We were $72,938.60 in debt and had no idea where our money was going. February 2016 ~ After clinging to our sinking ship for 12 months, and trying desperately … Continue reading #FindTheMoneyProject Take 2
No official meal plan this week! We are following Danny-J's February 2017 #FindTheMoneyProject and we are finding weird combinations to use up the things lurking in our pantry and freezer. There is no plan, no rhyme or reason. If you see it & you're hungry, you eat it!
Tonight's dinner ~ Sweet Potato & Lentil soup. We try to do 1x meatless meal & 1x soup each week to help keep our meal costs down. We'll get 2 meals out of this soup (makes 8-10 serves) & only costs a couple of bucks. At $5.50/kilo the sweet potatoes were the most expensive part … Continue reading Sweet Potato and Red Lentil Soup
Our January totals are in! Starting: $6,580.09 in savings!! Finishing: $ 9,140.85 Total paid off: $2,560.76 We were aiming to finish with a nice round $10k in the bank, but we purchased a new portable air conditioner to help hubby cope with his CRPS during the heat. Plus we cash flowed a nice little holiday … Continue reading January 2017 Snowball Update