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The saying " failure to plan is planning to fail" rings true in healthy eating. What if you could save money and lose inches at the same time. Well, you can do both, if you plan. Planning what you eat can prevent overeating and spending too much. You will find helpful tips that have… Continue reading Be a Planner, Save Money $$
Do you love Cajun rice? Do you want some of the Cajun flavors without all the calories and carbs, while saving money. Then try this recipe using leftover food to create this Cajun inspired rice recipe. We all have days were we are unable to meal prep fully and need a flavorful meal on the… Continue reading Makeover Monday- Cajun Inspired Rice
Don't let oatmeal fool you into thinking it is boring and your mothers breakfast food. It really is awesome pantry staple. It contains soluble fibers that help lower cholesterol and insoluble fiber that provides that prevents your bowels from being clogged up. Not only does it have health benefits its relatively inexpensive and can be… Continue reading Oatmeal for Breakfast
Wishing everyone a happy New Year. May each day find you with peace, strength, and wisdom to have a better year. A new year won't erase old troubles or mindsets, but I pray you and I find our inner resilience to make our resolutions become a reality. Laina Larisse
FabHey, Do you miss the days you had the time to read? The days before life got in the way? Well, look no further. I'm doing a non-sponsored review of the website Scribd. Scribd is a website that brings together the best audiobooks, books, magazines, and many other types of reading materials all in one… Continue reading Scribd
Photo by monicore on Pexels.com Christmas can be a joyous time for most. However, for some it brings on a feeling of loneliness. I would tell you to remember, the true meaning of the season. You are loved more than you ever can imagine. Never let your feelings outweigh your purpose. Wishing you a peaceful… Continue reading Merry Christmas