For breakfast to truly work well for us, we had to optimize sleep time, food prep time, food cost, and food quality.
I started tracking how changing my eating habits would affect the family’s grocery costs.
The Official USDA Food Plans are fascinating.
No, breastfeeding isn’t “free.” (It isn’t cheap, either.)
For a while, it was easy for my husband and me to justify our food delivery habit.
Before I got sick, I could definitely have been called the Queen of Not Cooking.
If I didn’t take the food now, the leftovers would eventually find their way into the trash. Why not stock up?