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How Frugality Works with Compound Interest

Compound interest is when your earn interest on set amount of variable X, which then in turn earns interest on that gained interest! Living frugally can create compound interest, whether it be money, time, or other, the more you are frugal. How can we earn compound interest on being frugal? Driving Less. Driving less obviously…… Continue reading How Frugality Works with Compound Interest

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How To Figure Out How Many Clothes You Need

A couple months ago I finally really tackled my clothes closet. I believe in just two months I got rid of nearly 300 articles of clothing. Most of them went to an online site where they will buy certain brands of clothing (www.liketwice.com). Some went onto eBay, and the brands that site wouldn’t take went…… Continue reading How To Figure Out How Many Clothes You Need

Garden · HOME & GARDEN · Uncategorized

Controversy on Front Yard Gardens

For the past few months I have been harassed and stalked by some neighbors who seem very upset. They’re upset that we have a cultivated garden in the front yard. Back in March I got a letter in the mail from the government saying there was violation of code because there was tree brush in the yard. Granted during the harsh…… Continue reading Controversy on Front Yard Gardens

FOOD & RECIPES · Health · Health & Diet · LIFESTYLE & SELF · Uncategorized

Protein in the Vegetarian Diet

When we eat our breakfast, make our lunch, and prepare for dinner, hopefully we are thinking about what we’re going to get out of our food besides only the most satisfying meal we can prepare in a short amount of time. There can be tension in the triangle of balancing a healthy meal, with time…… Continue reading Protein in the Vegetarian Diet

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Rethinking Urban & Suburban Trees

It is said that Buddha found his enlightenment under the Bodhi tree. The tree is an ancient symbol and that has been highly symbolized as bringer of life to the planet. “For me, trees have always been the most penetrating preachers.” said Hermann Hesse. If that’s true, then I’d hate to hear some of the…… Continue reading Rethinking Urban & Suburban Trees