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Save Money When Buying Fruit

  November 8, 2013  |    #Live Fabulously

Save Money on What You Buy Americans are reported to throw away about forty percent of food annually.  That’s not far off from throwing away half of our food.  As we mentioned last week, some of this may be due to confusion when differentiating between what is safe and unsafe to eat. If you buy …

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Baked Spaghetti Squash Recipe

  November 7, 2013  |    #Live Fabulously

A reader asked about our baked spaghetti squash recipe.  It’s a combination of recipes we found online.  The Guardian UK deemed spaghetti squash as this falls “must have” ingredient and for good reason.  It’s a low carb, low calorie (42 calories per cup), fibrous alternative to pasta loaded with folic acid, vitamin A, potassium and beta carotene.   

We made this pan two weeks ago for dinner, then had leftovers that lasted through the early part of this week.  It saved us a lot of cooking.  Also, on Sunday night, we were almost tempted to get Chipotle, but decided to go with a healthier option we already had.  If this wasn’t in the fridge, we would’ve wasted money and calories.  Click the link for our hodge-podge recipe.

Too Much? 4 Tips for Being Content.

  November 5, 2013  |    #Live Fabulously

Yesterday I went to Batteries Plus to get specialized
batteries for our garage door remote and our bathroom scale.  The sales rep was already assisting someone,
so I attempted to find what we needed on my own.  The store is small, so it’s easy to overhear
conversations.  The woman being helped needed
a light bulb.  I didn’t get the full
context of the conversation because I walked in midway through it.  However, the sales rep was clearly confusing
her with all her options for a light bulb. 
The woman could choose amongst different watts, tones, colors, energy
efficiency and price.  As he was detailing
the uniqueness of each option, I laughed.

Know Your Goals and Stick to Them

  October 31, 2013  |    #Live Fabulously

In 2006, we got the bug to stop renting and buy our own home.  Who didn’t, then, right?  Like most couples, we wanted a place of our own.  We first educated ourselves on the process and the real estate market in the Denver Metro Area.  We didn’t want to live far outside because this is a great location between our work, family and friends.

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