This ” Two-Ingredient Dark Chocolate Ice Cream ” is so simple that you don’t need special equipment to make it. With only two ingredients, you can make an ice cream that’s healthy, sweet, and yummy, too. This post originally appeared at The Handy Foodie. This post contains affiliate links/ads. See disclosure policy. I love ice cream. Let us…
This “30 Great 15-Minute Healthy Meals “ post describes the meals that I really like, which can be made in 15 minutes or less. These meals are so easy to create that even eight graders can do them without making a mess. This post contains affiliate links/ads. See disclosure policy. I love food and love to eat.…
This “ Cut Grocery Bill: One Trick That Saves My Family $250/Month on Groceries “ post details the one trick that saves my family a ton of money on groceries every month. How we wish we knew this trick a long time ago. This post contains affiliate links/ads. See disclosure policy.
This ” How To Travel For Free or Next To Nothing ” describes the tips and tricks to help you lower your travel expenses to zero or close to it. For the past couple of years, my family has been able to travel without spending a lot thanks to what we call ‘Travel For Free Strategies’. This post contains affiliate links/ads. See disclosure policy.
The “9 Things You Can Live Without” post describes the possessions and wants that many tend to consider as necessities. In this post, the author explains why these things are not necessities and what people can do instead to get almost the same, if not more, benefits they get from these false needs.
How can you tell if you’re spending too much? The reality is that sometimes it’s hard to determine if you are spending more than what you should be. Some people aren’t able to do just that because they are in denial to the fact that they go overboard and some just don’t know what missteps they are doing.
According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) commission study, about one third of produced food in the world – approximately 1.3 billion tons – for human consumption gets lost or wasted ever year. This is a staggering figure.