4 Frugal Habits We Can Learn From People with Autism

It has been almost one year since I wrote about the advantages of autism on personal finance. That post turned out to be immensely popular, so I thought I would write another one, also focusing on the positive aspects of an autistic-inclined mind, rather…

Just Because You Can Afford It, Does Not Mean You Are Entitled To It

I think there is this general attitude amongst us people in this capitalistic world – that if you can afford it, you are entitled to it.¬†It doesn’t matter if that something has caused pain in the making (ivory, for example). The people with the…

Half A Lamb – The Beginning

My best friend M and I have been butchering and sharing a lamb in order to decrease our food miles and focus on local produce.

(Almost) Zero-Waste Beauty Routine

A while back, I posted my very low-key, zero-waste hair care routine. The post turned out to be quite popular, so I thought I’d have a go at writing about my extremely simplified “beauty” routine. Now, I have never been big on makeup, always…

A Little Lifestyle inflation Doesn’t Have To Be A Bad Thing

Like so many things in life, even lifestyle inflation is relative. A year ago, when I first started this blog full of the cumulative fires of binge-reading several financial independence blogs, we were in the middle of a two month long complete spending freeze…

Saving Money By Hacking Your Motivation

Saving Money By Hacking Your Motivation – How I rewards myself by not spending money.

10 Ways to Avoid Food Waste

10 Tips for how to Avoid Food Waste, rescuing those leftovers and saving money and the planet in the process!

Experiments In Zero-Waste: Hair Care

Experiments In Zero-Waste: Hair Care. How I transitioned away from shampoo, balms, and all that fuzz.

Frugality Is Not Depravity

Frugality Is Not Depravity – Why we don’t feel like we’re missing out by not spending money.