Recipe Idea: Fresh Tomato Salsa (Pico de Gallo)

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Having the most frugal grocery budget in the world isn’t going to help you and if you can’t put together at least a few healthy, tasty, and cheap eats. With the abundance of tomatoes that we’ve harvested from our garden, I have been incorporating fresh tomatoes into more of our meals. One of my favorite new tomato dishes to make is fresh salsa. Salsa goes great with chips, scrambled eggs,...

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Paying off $27,000 in student loans

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It’s actually better than it seems, from the title.  I started with $35,000 in student loans when I first graduated in 2007.  And I actually took out over $40,000 in loans.  I was fortunate that several thousand was forgiven as part of several grants that I received! I made payments for a few years, and then did my second degree, during which time my student loan payments were halted.  I...

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Updates: October 28 – November 3

This week, I’ve been struck by the realization of how incremental effort and change can add up to a big result. For the past two years, I’ve had ongoing issues with my right knee and have never put in the effort to address the issue. I went to physio for a bit, but never kept up my exercises. I’ve done yoga, but never more than once a week at the most. Considering my Mom is a physiotherapist,...

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