Now that my husband and I have begun saving as much money as possible to get out of debt, we are having to find ways to entertain ourselves that are either free or super cheap.
We always talk about budgeting and always acknowledge it’s a good thing to do, and occasionally we even sit down and plan a budget… but we never stick to it.
I don’t have a lot of time to cook, so I like to cook one big meal and eat it throughout the week. One thing my husband loves to eat is spaghetti. My grandmother makes AMAZING spaghetti, and I tweaked her recipe a bit to fit my husband’s and my preferences.
I have neither the drive nor the time to have a garage sale. Guess what? I had one anyway! I think it went pretty well. Here’s what I did.
I hardly ever have time to cook, but when I do cook, I NEVER have time to do the dishes. I went with an obvious solution.
“My kitchen is way too small!” But it turns out, that isn’t the problem.
The Broken Window Theory is a concept that was first introduced to me about a year and a half ago. The example I heard put it this way: