Channel 4 are showing a great series at the moment called SuperScrimpers.
I’m loving that being frugal is now considered ‘on trend’! Yay! Finally!
As one of those that has been part of this growing community for 3 years plus, it’s refreshing. What it does mean, however, that as an experienced SuperScrimper the show can’t teach me much I don’t already know. Disclaimer – I don’t scrimp in all areas of my life. I don’t mind spending money but I hate wasting money! It’s about spending on what really is significant to you, not frittering it away here and there, but rather practicing Conscious Spending.
“You are so organized and tidy and an inspiration to me!”
This comment was left by Cheeryshirley last week. Thanks Cheeryshirley!
I may be organised in many areas of my life and home, but not all. We all have our Achilles heel. I’ve posted about mine before, and it’s paper. Paper that has the potential to be sentimental to be exact.
This hoard weighs heavy on my shoulders, it’s always there in the back of my mind.
Hi Guys it’s Friday…time for No Waste Tastes Great
It’s been a while since I’ve posted about my actual No Waste Tastes Great routine. In fact it was over 12 months ago in this post , so I thought I’d do a refresher, particularly as it’s changed a little over the last year.
It’s all well and truly over, a month of living in Christmasland now it’s back to reality.
My favourite saying at the moment to the Kids is ‘New year, new rules’. First-born is loudly complaining that the ‘new rules are boring’. One of the hardest things of leaving Christmasland behind is getting back into some sort of routine. That’s what’s currently going on here at Chez Wright.
I thought I’d share our last tradition, and give you all a glimpse into how our departure from Christmasland went.