Everything you listed but the toilet paper.
lol That would be hard to give up!!!! lol
All prepared foods are a waste of money. Buy the ingredients and make it yourself. People who regularly cook meals spend far less than those who grab something "convienient". (They're probably healthier as well.) Besides homemade tastes far better than anything from a box or frozen.
I agree, and I enjoy cooking. How's California treating you, Chris? It's good to see you. :)
All is well. How can one complain when it's sunny and 70 every day? Should have moved out here years ago!
How are things with you Will? All is well I hope.
I'm doing well, thanks. I think we have this Winter on it's last leg. Very much looking forward to Spring.
I disagree. I doubt an extra hour on the computer or "writing a song" will generate more income than shopping and cooking wisely will save. Especially if one has a family to feed.
I suppose if one lived on Ramen it might be possible...
So you don't give up anything...lol
No I don't. In fact I don't have any, I do have lotions. A lot of my towels are pretty ragged, and I don't take baths, I prefer the shower.
It's a good thing you're not a mod....I'd be in real trouble.
I knew you would, that's why I changed it. lol
That's good, I haven't either, but I should cut back on the snacks and goodies.
I like good food.
But.....if i was forced to do something different, i reckon i would........shoot.
I already buy not to waste, so i dont think i could do anything different
Maybe make my critter food more often
I eat organic and very clean so it can get quite pricey, especially when it comes to meat x:
Some foods have increased, not all. Dried beans used to be fifty cents a pound, now they are three times that much. Milk used to be four bux a gallon, now it's two and on sale for one occasionally. I fed myself and my mother from 2008 to 2014 on seventy bux a month, and set aside about a thousand pounds of food just so we could have some food in the house. On seventy bux a month. I did that by buying whatever was on sale, and usually buying all they had or all I could carry.
It's great if one can buy in bulk, I do sometimes, but then there's the question of "where am I gonna store all that stuff". lol
Well, yes, there is that question.
For sure, I'd have to store things in a bedroom and I'm not about to do that. lol
No, no, you stack boxes in the living room, put a board on top, and call it a coffee table.
No, no, not in my living room. lol
I'll start using newspaper. Ha... Do you think?