Category Archives: Frugality

Eat breakfast like a king

… lunch like a peasant and dinner like a beggar. This old German saying holds at least a little truth: Breakfast is an important meal of the day!  Now looks who’s talking – the “I only need coffee with cream … Continue reading

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Meal plan #6 and last week’s dinners!

I always tell you what delicious concoctions we will eat all week but I never show you, so last week I took a picture of every dinner we had, all according to our meal plan!  Monday Homemade pasta with tomato … Continue reading

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Meal plan #5 – October 24th – 30th 2016

I was slacking on blog posts this week – oops! I will update my online shop tomorrow and was busy crafting my derriere off! I already made next week’s meal plan, this time embellished with spooky drawings because Halloween! This week we … Continue reading

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Meal Plan #4 – October 17th – 23rd 2016

Earlier than usual, but I already finished next week’s meal plan, mostly because we already did next week’s shopping today (great feeling to be prepared!). Again, some things from the pantry, fridge and freezer need to be used. We’re slowly … Continue reading

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Meal plan #3 – October 10th – 16th 2016

Our pantry, freezer and fridge are well stocked, so this week’s meal plan again uses up what we have. The only thing we still have to buy are sausages, the rest is all from the fridge/freezer/pantry.   After our second … Continue reading

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Confession: I have NO MONEY – what I learned from living without a cent in my pocket

I confess: I don’t have a single cent of my own. My wallet is empty, I don’t have a bank account, and no secret cash stash hidden anywhere. How so? And how do I still get along? When I moved … Continue reading

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Mealplan #2  {week 10/3 – 10/9/2016}

Our first week of planning our dinners went perfectly! How could we survive without? We could shop a lot more conscious, we used up everything before it expired and wasted no food, and we had no stress whatsoever with thinking … Continue reading

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