Posts Tagged ‘Food Connections’

Money in the 20s, Reflected in My Plate

This post is a part of Women’s Money Week 2012. For more posts about Money in Your 20s/30s/40s/50s/Retirement, see womensmoneyweek.com. This past year I said goodbye to my 20s with very little fanfare. There were a lot of mistakes, lessons learned, and finally, building blocks. Interestingly enough, the way I spent my 20s, particularly financially, […]

The Best Meal I Ever Ate

The following is a guest post from Justin at Crohnic Illness who blogs about living with and managing Crohn’s disease. A culinary master, I am not! But that doesn’t mean that I don’t love to eat. Great food is one of those true guilty pleasures in life. I say guilty pleasure, because let’s face it, […]

Food Connections: Grocery Shopping for P90X

Today I did something I rarely do, I went shopping with my whole month in mind. Since we’re starting P90X this month, the diet is very restrictive, and potentially expensive without good planning. I know our seasonal meal plans include chicken, fish, and occasionally beef (Healthy Options), and that really only the portions may change […]

Food Connections: How Kosher Connects Me to the World

Welcome to our Food Connections Series. This is a guest post from Eric at Narrow Bridge Finance, a blog that focuses on tips to save you time, money, and headache while getting the most out of your money. Be sure to check out his finance eBooks on automation and entrepreneurship. I grew up in a […]

Urban Foraging…Simple Island Style

The following is a guest post from Kris at Simple Island Living. She blogs about living frugally and simply in one of the most expensive places in the country! We are hipsters. Not really, but we subscribe to trends like the next hipster, and one of the most important ones is a commitment to living […]