If you just realized that you haven’t come up with anything to teach your kiddos about Reformation Day on October 31st – this post is for you!
This is me, Katie.
Nearly every time I start reading an article, post, or book, I have to stop midway to read about the author before resuming, whether it’s to find out what angle they’re coming from, if I agree with their view or to get a better feel of their trustworthiness.
I also have a quirky need to know if their face matches their writing voice.
All critical information.
So, for those like me, I write this page. Let us begin…
In this series we have been talking about eating well when you can’t afford to…
The Menu Plan
Treat Yo Teeth with this
Hey! Its me, Tracy, and this may be my best photo… ever.
As I considered writing this post and what it would be about, so many topics crossed my mind. All the topics. Since this is my very first blog post, I suppose I should introduce myself, my family, and our life stuff. Continue reading “Introducing Tracy, our Iron Heart Barista”
In the Eating Well When You Can’t Afford To series, we have covered:
Part 1 ~ The heart behind the struggle of circumstances.
Part 2 ~ The list of food based on the lowest available prices.
Part 3 ~ The menu planning tools.
I know we just want to get to the menu already, and I promise we will. However, there are a few key things that are vital to affording to eat well when you are on a tight budget:
Menu Planning Tips
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Last post I emphasized the need to make price lists and offered our grocery list based on some of the cheapest and/or versatile items that I have found.
Next item in the Eating Well When You Can’t Afford To series:
Menu Planning Tools
We thought in order to capture the essence of us, the Iron Hearts, we needed to make a vlog. Our first vlog.