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The Conman Market.

It doesn’t matter where we’ve lived, there has always been a market within a short driving distance.
Most are twice a week, and there may be a slight difference in the number of stalls available or the wares on offer. 772 more words


Saving Money on Organic Soap, Glasses, Cream Rinse and . . . .

BAR SOAP: Since I’m an eco-freak, scent sensitive AND I’m a cheapskate, a long while ago I started looking for unscented, affordable, organic soap bars. Dream on, right? 539 more words


Needs vs. Wants

May has been an interesting month. It was harder than I anticipated to adjust to a biweekly paycheck from a weekly one (I started working on the last day of the last pay period, so Wednesday will be my first full paycheck) and as a result, I’ve returned to a few of the older money-blogs I used to read like “And then we saved.” I stopped reading it because I don’t actually find the new stuff that useful (not compared to YNAB at least) but one of her older posts got me thinking. 608 more words


Setting Up Myself To Success

I’ve achieved some of my goals early in life. One of them is being free from a day job. But in order for me to achieve my greatest goals, I need to focus and setup myself to success. 327 more words


Keep It All In Mind

It is tough, trying to keep all of it in my head. There’s a lot of news out there, and it is increasingly apparent that it is all connected because we are all connected. 1,128 more words

Hacking Mini-Blinds

So I mentioned a few weeks ago that one does not count lightbulbs when one is looking at houses. You know what else you don’t notice? 983 more words


No-Poo Shampoo for Healthier Hair

For almost a year I’ve been doing the no-poo shampoo method. The one I’ve been following is with a baking soda rinse followed by a vinegar rinse. 370 more words