I love the idea of running your life like a business. Meal planning is one of those tools that can help your company (family) run more efficiently and cut costs and unnecessary expenses. Advertisements Continue reading Everyone Owns a Business
Originally posted on Anniemotion:
? Sharing today with us is Adrienne Bogatie over from Kashering Your Life. A little more about Adrienne: I am a Married, full day working mom with 4 teenage children, living on a tight budget. I blog about, helping frustrated moms, who are struggling to save their sanity and their money by teaching them how to plan their meals, their grocery… Continue reading Blog Series | Winter Treats – Adrienne Bogatie
Nandos are infamous for their hilarious political commercials. They’ve made ads about breasts, xenophobia, the cabinet and even Robert Mugabe. So, it was only a matter of time before they mad… Source: [Hilarious] Listen To The Latest Nandos Guptagate Commercial Continue reading [Hilarious] Listen To The Latest Nandos Guptagate Commercial
Originally posted on Glitter & Toast:
I love Facebook! There, I said it … yeh, yeh, I know it’s pretty much par for the course in my line of work, but I genuinely do enjoy Facebook, how it’s evolved and most of what it entails. The one interesting development that’s really catching my attention lately plays both a negative and a positive role in social… Continue reading ATTACK OF THE MOMMY GROUPS!!
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I have moved from kasheringyourlife.wordpress.com to kasheringyourlife.co.za, please follow my move. I would hate to lose you all. Excitedly yours Adrienne Continue reading Moving Day!
Due to technical issues, I have had to post this blog unedited. Please forgive the grammatical errors. On a Facebook group I belong to, the topic of budgets came up and we started talking about the cost of groceries. I have already worked out my budget, which we stick to pretty closely, but I wanted to try a different store. We average R1500 per month per … Continue reading Things I learned while shopping!
What does the expiry date really mean? SELL BY: This is actually not for the consumers but lets the retailers know how long something could be on their shelves. It is a freshness date not a safety date. This date also takes into account how long you will most likely keep it on the shelf in your home. BEST IF USED BY: This is also … Continue reading How old is it?
Originally posted on Raising Us:
I am not entirely sure why I included this on my bucket list; but it could be part of being a better person and all that. Maybe it was to make myself feel good about what a good person/Christian I am. A ‘look at me’ attitude. I am probably not supposed to say such things out aloud. Or maybe I… Continue reading Bucket List #5 – Buy a Stranger Groceries