I need to make healthier living a priority and choose to be a healthier me. Here is a list of what I know needs to happen.
- Choose wisely what I am going to eat. Make choices that are going to nourish me and help recharge my energy levels. Need to eat more real food and avoid processed foods.
-Do some simple stretching exercises before work and focus on my posture and good body mechanics.
- Give my body rest periods every couple hours at work in which I step outside if possible,
Thin Mints are one of the most popular cookies that Girl Scouts sell. Both of my daughters were Girl Scouts and there were people who would buy cases of them to freeze so they had them throughout the year!
Ingredients + recipe here.
Well I guess I should update a bit. We finished the kitchen renovation the end of November 2014. It came to $35,000. We were not impressed. Over $10,000 was electrical work. We needed to reroute around some knob and tube wiring and add a new electrical panel. While the ceiling was down we had them run wire upstairs to the bathroom and the sewing room. They ran some extra circuits up there to rewire the entire upstairs as we update one room at a time. Not likely to happen. We'll be downsizing
I have 2 financial goals to motivate me to more frugal living. First, we want to save for some of daughters wedding expenses The wedding is planned for summer of 2017 so I have time to start saving now. Second I want to pay off extra on our home equity loan to become debt free ASAP. Once the loan is paid off I can work less hours and hopefully retire early, which is another motivator! I have many areas that I waste money and have fallen back into bad habits. I want to get excited about living
Originally Posted by bookwormpeg
Keep records of everything.....don't sign anything without your lawyer looking it over...if he is anything like my ex, he will promise you everything....don't believe him.....don't react to anything he says....I know it's hard, but believe me, you are going to be better off without him!!!! Big hug
I think many ex's make promises they have no intention to keep to get you to do something that actually would have legally benefited you. Like, "you take the equity in the house,