Leftover Chips and Food Waste

I’m a big fan of leftovers, any potential food waste that I can save and re-purpose the next day is a big win for me. I hate throwing away perfectly good food, aside from the obvious, it feels to me just like throwing away money. Just as if I were to take a $5 note…

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Lockdown April 2021

My city two days ago entered a snap three day lockdown. Unlike most of the world, Australia has fared extremely well during the pandemic largely due to closed borders, individual states adopting strict measures early in 2020 to stamp out the virus and our hotel quarantine system. As a result, for most of the last…

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How I Clean my Bathroom

Cleaning products sure can add A LOT onto the weekly grocery shopping bill. It’s easy to get caught up buying unnecessary and expensive items that you think you need, but actually don’t. Before I met my boyfriend, he was using a store bought, chemical based cleaning product that not only comes in what I’m sure…

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Bathroom Renovation on a Budget – Part 1 – Minimalism?

So…my boyfriend and I are going to renovate the bathroom/toilet. We are aiming to do this on a smalllllll budget. Mostly because this is not a forever home, this is a starter home and it’s important that we don’t over capitalise because it’s highly unlikely that it would significantly increase the value of the property.…

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Stress-free Christmas Gifting

So I’ve been MIA for a few weeks now, life has just been crazy busy and my time to sit down and write was sacrificed in favour of various other social activities (which I suppose is to be expected in the lead up to Christmas), but made worse by the fact many events were delayed…

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I Bought a New Phone, at a Bargain but Over my Budget

That’s right, I bought myself a new iphone. I’ve had my current iphone for the last six years, which I think is actually pretty good going. I don’t like to replace things before I really have to, not only to reduce clutter but also to save money. My current iphone 6 no longer updates, meaning…

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Eggspiration

Sometimes I find inspiration for these posts in the most unusual places. My breakfast this morning, for instance was an inspiration. Who would have thought. I tend to try and cook most of my own meals to save a dollar or two wherever I can but one of the downfalls of this is the time…

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Pantry Clear Out

Last weekend, we cleared out the pantry. When I say cleared out, I mean everything was removed before anything was considered to make the cut and make it back on the shelf. Things had got to the point where you couldn’t find anything let alone find space to put anything new in. It was most…

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Flightpath

Since COVID-19, it’s become apparent that many of us have taken day to day experiences for granted. Being able to catch up with friends, go out for a meal or even just leaving the house is a treat for many people around the world. I must admit, compared to many people, I personally have been…

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Credit Cards, Have Your Cake and Eat it Too

Credit cards have a tendency to get a bit of a bad wrap. Which, in many circumstance is fair enough. But, not always. Growing up when I was having difficulty with something (the printer is usually a good example) I would immediately blame the printer whereas both my parents would tell me it was a…

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