I love me some cheap wine, but that doesn’t mean I don’t want it to taste more expensive. As a gal on a budget, chances are you may not want to be a total wine snob, but you would be able to like to, at the very least, be confident in your wine buying prowess.
My friend Erica is a master of thrifting, so when I finally got the chance for her to share her wisdom on one of my favorite topics, I jumped at the chance. Erica blogs over at The Truth Tea, so go show her some lovvvveee! I’ve been thrifting since I was a pre-teen, when my
I remember a few years ago, when I was a broke graduate student in the Rogers Park neighborhood of Chicago (not the most glam area…. ask a local) working on my M.A. degree, I was skating by on part-time income to pay my bills on $800 a month since I couldn’t swing something full time
There are some things I will NOT spend money on, even when I’m not trying to save $20,000 to pay for our wedding. I’ve been frugal for years as a means of necessity, but old habits stay strong with me. I find that there are a few things that really pain me to spend
I’m dreading winter. That dread seems to spill over into fall, despite my love for pumpkin spice everything. If you’re like me, you’re looking for a few ways to savor these last little bits of summer. I was in the craft store yesterday and nearly fainted- the fall stuff is already out, and quite frankly-