Since we’ve bought our new scale my confidence has somewhat taken a nose-dive. Our old scale weighed in a few pounds lighter than what we actually were. So there was that, but Trevor and myself did learn a lot about our bodies this week.
The end of the month is my favorite time of the month as I get to set-up the calendar for the following month in my planner. Am I obsessed? Do I have a problem? Eh, whatever. Let’s talk planners!
Happy Sunday everyone! This week we wanted to do a super quick update to let you know we’d invested in a smart scale.
This past week was kind of a big deal for us in that we discovered how to shop for produce cheaply in our area. We live in a rural community, with no markets or co-ops to purchase produce from, and the grocery stores in the area don’t offer a discount for ordering produce in bulk. I was at the end of my rope, as we were spending about $150 a week on food until last week, but no more!
January is the month in which Trevor and I evaluate the clothing in our wardrobes to make sure each piece will serve us well throughout the year. Last week I shared Trevor’s every day wardrobe, and this week I’ve got mine!
It’s been two years since Trevor and I became Minimalists and, we’re happy to say, we’ve learned a number of things. The experience wasn’t always easy, or enjoyable, but we have arrived at a much improved and happier state of living.
Happy Sunday! Let’s Chat about food this week.
Well it’s the end of our second week of diet changes and, I am happy to report, we both lost weight! Trevor and I are weighing ourselves on an analog scale, and we’ll be picking up a fancier scale sometime in the next week (along with a tape measure so I can provide some measurements! I lost my old one in a tragic sewing accident…R.I.P. old tape measure…)
January is the month in which Trevor and I evaluate our clothing up and down, every stitch, to make sure each piece will serve us well throughout the year.
Hey everyone! Today’s topic is something I didn’t know was a thing until a couple weeks ago. I was checking out content similar to ours on YouTube and found several videos promoting polarizing opinions by comparing Minimalism and Materialism and suggesting that one is superior than the other in the video titles. This absolutely frustrates me as, for starters, polarizing media disgusts me. The short of it is: no way of living is superior to the other, or will guarantee…