My husband has had the same car for the last 10 years; it’s a 1996 Toyota Corolla. He’s a mechanic so it’s well maintained and the thing just keeps. on. driving. He refuses to sell it (something about gas mileage) and is determined to drive it till it absolutely can’t drive no mo. #frugal
Not sure if you’ve noticed but I’ve been MIA for the past couple of months. Here’s why… I’ve been brewing up this little munchkin. Her name is Anna and after 3 1/2 hours she was born at home on October 17 at 8:37 pm weighing in at 7 lbs. 4 oz. This is the story is of how she came into the world.
I used to work in a gray cubicle surrounded by other gray cubicles identical to mine in a building with no windows. Eight hours a day, everyday. You had to go through three locked doors just to get outside. But that’s not the worst part. The worst part came around 3 o’clock pm- everyday.
Today, I am guest posting at a beautiful little blog called The Prairie Homestead. I was a little nervous as to what to write about (it’s my first time guest posting) so I stuck with something tried and true- Homemade Coconut Oil Deodorant.
Hello and thank you for visiting. You are currently reading the second part of a post called How I’m Physically Preparing for an Economic 9/11. You can read the first part to this post here. Physical, mental and spiritual health is important to all of us and it’s especially important during times of crises or change.