Have you ever seen the show Extreme Couponing on TLC? If you haven't, women buy tons of items, in bulk, using hundreds of store and manufacturer's coupons, store discount cards, and any savings program that is available to shoppers. It's a lot of work, but sometimes they get nearly 99% off of the retail price. … Continue reading Extreme Couponing for Minimalists
This video is about an hour and a half. I watched it last weekend wanted to share it with you all because it made me think how we, as Americans, consume continuously. Watch it when you have time some time to sit down and really pay attention. I know I haven’t blogged about time management … Continue reading North Korea Exposes the Western Propaganda
I'd like to think critically about the way American society (and Western society in general) treats menstruating women. Every month, approximately 62 million women have a menstrual period. And these sixty-two million women, ages 15-44, lead very busy lives: they attend high school or college, play sports, work full-time, work part-time, and/or raise families. Once a month, sixty-two million … Continue reading You Deserve to be Treated Better While on Your Period!
So in an effort to save money, a few months ago I switched from a Blackberry on AT&T to a smaller, prepaid, Android smartphone on StraightTalk (by Walmart). You can go online and find a ton of specification reviews, so I'm not going to do that here. I'm going to focus mostly on my experience … Continue reading Galaxy Precedent on StraightTalk Review
Oh, what we ladies do to be beautiful. I probably have at least 1000 different items related to my beauty regimen. While I've been attempting to declutter my house, it seems that the beauty items are the most difficult to pare down. My sink, shower, linen closet were so full with such items that I … Continue reading True Cost of Vanity
Hi all. This is going to be a brief post because I've gone on an unexpected mini-vacation to Barbados. It is my first trip outside of the USA, and I'm excited to be here. I'm just glad I had the opportunity to take a step back from my responsibilities. I'm observing the Bajans' way of … Continue reading Hello from Barbados
I got rid of cable television a more than a year ago when I realized it was wasting all of my time. Now I've become a Hulu/Netflix/YouTube junkie and am trying to kick that habit. But today I'd like to open your eyes as to reasons why you need to cancel cable television. #1: Most … Continue reading Goodbye Fancy, Hello Simplicity: 4 Reasons to Cancel Cable & Satellite