Why pay for exercise?

My budgetting skills extend beyond my kitchen to cover other areas of my lifestyle, including my exercise regime. I’ve never paid for a gym membership, but I’m still working on improving my figure, without spending big bucks. I’d like to share my ideas for being fit on the cheap. I don’t have piles of workout…

Step Six: Leftovers

We’ve made it to the final step in my Healthy Eating on a Budget series. I’ve had some truly wonderful feedback and I can’t tell you how happy that makes me. I’m on a mission to get everyone eating wholefoods! So. What to do when you’ve made a delicious meal and you still have some…

Step Five: Cooking!

At last, all the previous efforts have been worthwhile and we can finally get in the kitchen and cook up a storm. This whole post is personal, as I’m describing my eating habits and what I like to cook. You’re most likely different. You might stay away from cheese or love pork or want to…

Step Four: Organising

I think this step is crucial when it comes to sticking to your budget, cutting down on waste and enjoying your food. So you’ve worked out your budget, created an epic shopping list, bought your groceries and now they’re all laid out of the kitchen counter. Now what? In order to make the most of…

Step Three: Shopping

Welcome back to my series on how to shop for a healthy lifestyle on a budget. I hope you’re enjoying this collection of posts. I think they’re ideal for the New Year as we might not be feeling quite so flush after all the festivities and extra expenditure. So, onto today’s post, which is a collection…

Step Two: Planning

In my previous post, I described how to create a food budget using your finances as a guide. Now that we’ve got that money ready and raring to go, we need to make a plan of action for the shops. It’s been well documented how shopping without a list or shopping when hungry can lead…