My $8.34 Cell Phone

In our quest to live below our means and be Happy With What We Have, we have given up several things that society says we need. You don’t have that? How do you get along with out that? Doesn’t everyone have that?!? And in our frugal journey, one thing that we easily and often observe […]

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Red-Taped Bananas

At my grocery store, they are called red-taped bananas. Bunches and bunches of perfectly fine bananas (sometimes even organic!) with red tape around them… signaling to me that they are only 39 cents a pound! For the past several months, these are the only bananas I have purchased, saving us a bundle since we go […]

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Face Time with Memory

When our first-born was a baby, Lance and I would sometimes talk about how much fun it will be someday when she was ready to play board games. We’d reminisce about the games of our own childhoods: Trouble, Monopoly, Life, The Farm Game, etc. “Someday” has definitely arrived! We do have a challenge on our […]

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Strawberries and Bananas

On our way home from a recent errand marathon, we stopped at the grocery store to quickly scan the manager’s specials (we always check produce and dairy).  We didn’t really need anything since we were heading out of town for a few days, but we like to stop to see if we can “steal” anything. Here is […]

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Let Them Play!

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A couple years ago I was enjoying a conversation with a kindergarten-teacher friend of mine.  As a teacher myself, I was excited to hear about her first few days with her very first class.  I don’t remember much of our conversation now, but the following statement has stayed with me to this day: “My biggest struggle is […]

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