1 lb = 1 dollar in (4 quarters)
3/4 lb = 75 cents
1/2 lb = .50 cents
1/4 lb = 25 cents
My grand kids decided to contribute a dime each time I resist a craving for 10 minutes.
(Traditional Reward for their behavior change efforts.)
Kids limit = $1.00/day Me = no lim...
It's awesome stuff. We cook without oil. We still get our fats in food but not all the added oil. We fry eggs and even pancakes without adding any oil at all. We 'season' it maybe once a month. You don't wash it with soap and it cleans up so slick in just a minute or 2. Food tastes better too!
Using the SparkPoints is a very good tool, UNLESS you cheat to get them! I nearly fell into that habit, as I am one of those who really wants my points each day! However, it dawned on me that I am the only one I'm cheating when I say I've read things I haven't read, say I've done things I haven't do...
Keep the book as a bible to reread daily. Make notations. keep it by your bed or wherever it is handiest.
Debbie Meyer Green Bags help keep all fruits and vegetables stay fresh longer! It works by absorbing and removing Ethylene Gas that is given off by fruits, veggies, and cut flowers as they ripen and rot. You can wash and reuse the bags. You get about ten uses per bag.
To save, I ordered several of the Nalgene water bottles from the Co. We use Brita pitchers any way and have 3 of them filling/full at all times. I keep 1 of the 32 oz ones by me as my backup and when at home have my large glass to fill. I keep 2 - 3 of the bottles with me when gone from home.
I have a file for every day of the week from monday to friday. And in each file, I place the papers, client files and other items that needs to be done for each day. I know how much work I can do in a day, and I can give realistic delays to my clients.
I love water! if you don't, poor yourself a large glass that's not too cold, then drink as much as you can in one lift of the arm. It's the easiest way to drink. I became expert at this while pregnant, I had so many ultrasounds that I would down all my water in the 5 min.before my time ran out.
I use my slow cooker to cook a full batch of veggie broth soup starter with beef, onions, and black beans.
After letting it simmer all day on low I then split it into four parts, freezing three. That way I can add fresh veggies, pasta, barley, brown rice, etc. I try to always keep some kind a...