I’m sure that you have heard the expression, “Kill two birds with one stone.” Well, that is how I like to look at my food budget – using my money to do twice the job. Read about it here in article our Ready or Not #176: Buying Food and Storage Containers.
How are you doing on your New Year’s resolutions? Have you accomplished everything and are ready for new ones?
Pull out your resolution list, dust it off, set it aside and get a new sheet of paper and write “Goals for 2010” on the top. (It doesn’t matter that we’re five months into the year. ANY time is a good time to set goals!)
Now, read the article Ready or Not #91: Water Resolutions to see what you need to do with this new sheet of resolutions.
It isn’t easy to learn that you have diabetes. Nor is it easy to learn what all the numbers mean or how to keep track of everything. It can be very overwhelming in the beginning. Our Ready or Not #175: Diabetes Forms and Worksheets can help you track food consumption and glucose levels and hopefully make life easier as you deal with diabetes.
My neighbor has already started to plant seeds in her garden, the early seeds like beans and peas. I, on the other hand, have done nothing. I know that there are a lot of talented gardeners that have itchy green thumbs that really want to get our there and get started – I’m not one of them. Thankfully, my husband was born with a green thumb and so we will have a garden.
Read our Ready or Not #50: Planning a Garden. Am I going to explain how to prepare your soil? Nope. Which plants you should buy? Nope. I’m going to ask you to do something else. Read our article and find out what.