In today’s busy world, where we have to keep track of lots and lots of information, almost anyone can benefit from bullet journaling. This particular system of staying organized has some unique properties that make it particularly helpful for people who thrive on lists and appreciate a non-digital system. Here’s a quick rundown to help you decide if bullet journaling is right for you. If You Use To-Do Lists Bullet Journaling May Be For You If you’re a fan of to-do lists and have one sitting at your desk or… Read more Who Can Benefit from Bullet Journaling →
Hi, sorry about the hiatus, but I just had to take a break for the blog for a bit.
Bullet Journaling has been a hot trend for a little while in the planner and getting organized communities online, but it may not be something that you’ve heard of. If not, you’re in for a treat. If you love to-do lists and check-lists, this is something you don’t want to miss. If you have too many things to remember and think about on a daily basis and you need a simple system to help you keep track, bullet journaling was made for you. We all have a lot of different… Read more What Is A Bullet Journal? →
One of the easiest ways to lose track of spending is in the grocery store. Not only can groceries be expensive but the stores are literally designed for impulse buys, making it nearly impossible for you to get out without buying at least one item that you didn’t plan on buying when you made your grocery list. But there is good news, even though grocery shopping can be a challenge it is one challenge you will be able to easily overcome once you learn how to make friends with your… Read more Become Friends With Your Grocery Bill →
HI, today, I’m starting a new series on something that I like to do, which is bullet journaling. I will have some articles talking about how to do it, and where to find the best supplies. I will also talk about different techniques and what you can use them for. Bullet journaling is a cool new hobby and it is one of the newest fads.
4 lb. beef roast 1 can cream of mushroom soup 1 pkg dry onion soup mix 1/2 cup water 6 small red potatoes, scrubbed salt and pepper oil for frying Put oil in cast iron skillet, salt and pepper roast, and brown over medium heat, turning to brown all sides of roast. Remove roast to platter and turn heat to low under skillet. In same skillet mix together soup, dry onion soup mix, and water and stir to mix and get browned bits off bottom. Pour 1/2 mixture from skillet… Read more Slow Cooked Beef Pot Roast →
Here’s another quick and easy weeknight meal you can have on the table in less than 30 minutes. This super tasty recipe is really easy to prepare and with just… Read more Boneless Pork Chops with Creamy Chive Pan Sauce →
If you are tired of plain baked potatoes, you’ll want to give this crispy alternative a try. Crash hot potatoes originated in Australia and were made popular by the Pioneer… Read more Cheesy Crash Hot Potatoes →