While I’m still looking for that darn time stealing goblin from last week, here’s the rest of my list on how to transform a limitation into an opportunity.
Is there some evil time stealing goblin hiding out in our crawl space? Or a dollar guzzling ghoul up in the attic? When school got out this last summer I was celebrating my break from taxi driving- 2hours back in my day guys-2 hours! I loved being home, with no plans, and enjoying my little […]
This is part 16 of the Living on $13,000 or Less series. Click through if you missed earlier posts. I learned early in my marriage that the best way to start a new habit was to bribe myself. Yup, I totally bribed myself left and right. I needed to start doing dishes more often-by hand […]
I don’t even know what to write, where to start. Life has been so overwhelming this summer. The phone calls, the blatant discrimination, the prayers, the unshed tears. I couldn’t cry—crying just makes it real. The researching, the waiting, finally seeing doctors—the bills. All to start the cycle of phone calls again. I’ve tried over […]
How our family lived on $13,000 during graduate school-without food stamps, medicare, or subsidized housing. This is part 15 of the Living on $13,000 or Less series. Click through if you missed earlier posts. It takes money to get money That’s a phrase I do not often agree with. I believe in happening to life, […]