I just completed a 10 day challenge. My first challenge was to eliminate the disposable kcups. So, I purchased a set of 4 As Seen On TV Kcups $10 at Rite Aid. This replaces the disposable. Now I just add my much cheaper bagged coffee to the cup and voila. Zippy coffee.
At first, I complained about what a PITA it is to have to do this, but honestly, it really isn't a pain at all. So, if you have a Kuerig, I highly recommend replacing the disposable kcups.
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Been super busy so no blogging. But my wardrobe has kept up with me. I did the laundry for the first time and it was a cinch. One dark, one light, one white. I had hangers ready, and plenty of room to hang my newly pressed clothes so they're not getting wrinkled. Another bene of having space in your closet.
On Friday day 6, I wore
On day 7 and 8,
Updated 02-04-2013 at 07:06 PM by Frugal Nurse
I picked out my ourfits for the week and when I came down to it, tomorrow's outfit was tooooo business like and I didn't think it was necessary. So, I quickly switched it out for something more casual. It was so simple to do.
Maroon sweater, maroon pants, clogs, and a purse.
It's going to be on the cooler side tomorrow but not cold enough to require silk long underwear.
"The key to life is to Simplify, Simplify, Simplify. " Henry David Thoreau
Everyday we are given a chance to clear stuff out of our lives. Take that oppurtunity and free yourself.
Navy Sweater $30 on sale, new
Denim skirt $35 on sale, new
black boots $70 on sale, new
burberry purse $120
To think of all the money I spent on all the clothes and shoes I thought I had to have to look good. Not needed. My poor cc is suffering from an expansion and had to go on a diet because of the amount of clothes I bought myself last year. WHY didn't I discover this before? Here's what I will wear tomorrow..
Cranberry top, cream pants, clogs, and purse. I might throw in