How I simplify my plant-based proteins!

Chia is a well known “superfood” that’s been around for decades. Actually- it is an ancient Aztec grain known from around 3500 bc(!). Apparently in Mayan- “chia” means “strength”. there you go. so simple. I think it is fair to say that Everybody knows what chia is and how beneficial it is to eat it. […]

Cold showers??? seriously?? 6 reasons to try it!

Yep. Cold. Showers. Wait- before you get all excited and think I’m a hero and a grade A + frugal warrior: full disclosure- I take cold showers only in the summer+fall, I live in a (very) hot place, and since we have lots of sun and solar panels, I can spoil myself rotten and enjoy about […]

Tips for frugal simple vegan homesteading

Why not share my wisdom I asked myself one day. So I am sharing my valuable great simple yet useful, frugal and vegan tips. #1: If you can’t beat them-freeze them! I am probably not the only person to have opened a can of coconut cream and use only a little of it- (this stuff […]

I have a problem with “I need you “songs

Lately, I’ve been running with some trance playlists on Spotify. People these are 2019 worldwide hits, and yet- the lyrics, for many of them, are focused on the likes of: #What will I do without you. #I can’t go on without you. #How will I survive without you. #Now that you’re gone. the rooms are […]

My first month in early retirement: What do I do all day???

Freedom. Freedom. Yes.freedom. This is going to sound a bit like bragging.I am well aware of that. begging your pardon ahead. This first month has been like an ongoing vacation. every moment of it. Maybe a staycation – since I didn’t travel anywhere. I had a great time. enjoyed every moment. learned many things .important […]

How much should we teach our children about money?

Hi everyone. today- a subject I have been thinking quite a lot about. well -for years actually. I have 3 kids- and I am not sure I did a good enough job with them on the financial subject. when my 2 grown-ups were little, I didn’t let them in on every financial contemplation I had- […]

Frugal tip- taking care of your stuff+easy homemade pizza recipe!

For years I treated my stuff as replaceable. I didn’t take very good care of it because I thought- ok- if it breaks -I’ll buy another. I was under the impression that stuff is there to serve me while it lasts, and since buying new is always a nice thing (or so I thought) and […]

Organizing your online groceries: preparing ahead and simplifying your cooking!(the sequel)

I buy my groceries online- once every 3 weeks. (with the exception of fresh soy milk and  we get at our local grocery shop ).here is a reminder of the previous episode of “conquering the art of online grocery shopping “: My online grocery shopping: saving money+big time!(and my quick bean stew recipe for no fresh […]

My online grocery shopping: saving money+big time!(and my quick bean stew recipe for no fresh produce situations)

Being an avid frugal person, I used to avoid online grocery shopping, thinking the produce will not be as good as the produce I hand pick , the prices will be considerably higher, and I will not get that “vibe” you get when strolling along the supermarket aisles -that “vibe” that sends you to the […]

Analyzing my everyday expenses: reflecting on 2018- part 2

Aspiring towards early retirement , for me, meant adjusting to a different life style- and a  different spending regime- but- and this is the important point I am emphasizing- the change needed to be permanent- not “only until I reach early retirement- and then- the sky’s the limit “. And why is that, pray tell? […]