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It seems like ages since my last post on April 13, 2020. That was in the old days - PRE-PANDEMIC! So, I'm cutting myself some slack for not posting since, because 2020, right?!!! Literally, sometimes, that's all I will say to someone and they just nod in agreement. First off, congratulations!! We made it to … Continue reading Update – 2020 Goals
It seems like ages since my last post on February 7. Where did the first quarter of 2020 go? And have I achieved any of my goals for the year? Is it even sane to be talking about goals during a global pandemic? Here are my original goals for 2020 that I posted way back … Continue reading Update – 2020 Goals
This week I went over on the grocery budget (more on that in tomorrow's grocery budget weekly update post), which means I need to get creative for the rest of the month. The freezer has been out of control for a while, so I decided this week to shop my freezer for my meals and … Continue reading Decluttering the Freezer
You may have noticed a lot of my recent posts are about my goals for 2020. I wanted to put all these goals in one spot, so I could keep track of them. They are: Exercise every day.Declutter each room of my house during the 12 week Uncluttered Course.Learn CalligraphyStick to my grocery budget each … Continue reading Goals 2020
Before This year I am embarking on a journey to declutter our home. This section of the attic is the first area I cleaned, because it is all things Christmas. Since I was just bringing up all Christmas 2019 holiday ornaments, lights, gift wrap and decorations to the attic to store for next year, it … Continue reading Decluttering Goal 2020 Week 1 1/12/2020
I have been so encouraged by my sister on curbing spending habits. She led me to the "Becoming Minimalist" blog and from there reading the Cait Flander's blog, where I was energized by reading about her 'one year spending freeze'. So, I decided to embark on my own spending freeze for 2020. I am limiting … Continue reading Changing My Spending and Purchasing Habits