Time Poor

I’m sure I’m not the only one, but I seem to go through phases where I find myself extremely time poor to undertake the tasks and activities I enjoy. Case in point, I haven’t worked on ‘minimalising’ my home in quite some time including getting rid of surplus items in favour of free space. Namely…

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My Favourite thing about Pizza

Sometimes it’s nice to either go out for pizza or get a takeaway. Sure, it’s cheaper to make at home but sometimes it’s just an enjoyable experience to buy one because I’ll be honest here, for some reason the store bought ones just taste different don’t they? But a good kind of different. Further, sometimes…

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If I had all the Money in the World…

…would I still live frugally? Yes I would. I like my life, there are very few things I would change about it and even then sometimes the things you wish you could change are things money can’t buy anyway. I honestly don’t feel that buying more things or upgrading the things that I do currently…

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On Sunday, I baked

I don’t bake very often, I’m more of a cook as opposed to a baker. However on this particular Sunday I made a (gluten and dairy free) cake from scratch- that’s right there was no packet mix in sight! When I was younger I would never use a packet mix to bake anything, however since…

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My Pantry Dinner

In a previous post, I wrote about shopping your pantry first and using up what you have before buying any new items or ingredients from the supermarket- you can check in out here.  I felt this was an appropriate time to bring that post up again as tonight my significant other had plans so I…

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Making the Most of a Bad Experience

As a gift, my boyfriend bought us tickets to see Charlie and the Chocolate factory (the stage show/musical) which is currently playing. As this was something I’d been wanting to see, I was ecstatic. On paper (literally because he’d printed off the tickets) he’d bought me the perfect present. Not only was it something I…

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A Clear Mind & Minimalism

I, and many other people who consider themselves to be minimalist often discuss how living with less and the concept of minimalism in it’s entirety is ‘freeing’. A simplistic life helps to clear the mind and keep us focused and over the past few months this was something I’d forgotten, well maybe not so much…

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Life Happens Between the Memorable

Today I find myself having one of ‘those days’. For once I have plenty of time to write but am struggling to find the motivation as well as inspiration. I feel like it’s murphy’s law that days when I’m extremely short of time I come up with multiple ideas for articles. However, today I find…

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The Great Egg Debate

Don’t ask me how we got onto this discussion, but the other day my work colleagues and I were discussing (well…arguing) which was better: the egg white or the egg yolk. Now, as simple as this seems it turned out to be a very controversial topic and really started to divide everyone in the office. …

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Time and T.V.

Sometimes after a long, stressful day it’s so incredibly easy to plonk down on the couch with a remote and watch T.V.. A few minutes can easily turn into hours and before you know it the night has evaporated and it’s time for bed. At least back in the day when T.V. was first invented…

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