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Live below the line - Day 2

Today has been hard…
I’ve realised my sums on yesterdays breakfast was slightly out calories wise but that doesn’t really matter anyway…
Breakfast – 2 slices of toast with soft cheese spread – 13p and 202 calories… 168 more words

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Eating on a budget

As we have no hot water, kitchen or walls at our new house, when the ‘glamping’ gets a little much (and I only call it glamping because we have a really nice bed in the one room that doesn’t have holes in the walls or a possum living in the ceiling space – lush) we decamp and spend a few nights a week staying at my Mums. 323 more words

Live Below The Line - the Challenge

So a few days ago I signed up to something that I think is going to be very interesting…


The Live Below The Line challenge. 281 more words

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Feed ME, per favore!

I grew up watching Cheers. I have always like the idea of having a bar that was similiar to home. Although, if home is like a bar that is still very questionable, possible troubling yet …it could be nice….. 1,076 more words

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Eating in Season

Now that is it finally starting to feel more like summer, isn’t it time to start eating that way too?

To me when I think of summer, some of the first things I think of are the bright and colorful fruits and vegetables that are now in season. 71 more words

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Eating Healthy on a Tight Budget with Fruits and Veggies

To build muscle and lose fat, you need lots of healthy foods. Proteins to build & maintain muscle.  Fruits & veggies for vitamins, minerals and fiber. 277 more words

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So...What About Cabbage?

Yeah, cabbage. The sneaky twin of iceberg lettuce in the produce aisle. However, while iceberg lettuce has the nutritional value of a piece of wet cardboard, cabbage is a good source of vitamins C and K, folic acid, and fiber. 204 more words

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