Time. Is there anything?

Common complaints about finding the time to save money through couponing and otherwise is a standard lack of time; a constantly busy lifestyle; disorganization and forgetfulness.

I have figured out a ways to turn my time into money with this relaxing hobby of mine. When I’m sitting at stoplights or in a waiting room or after my son falls asleep, are all examples of times that I have now naturally carved out of my day to look on my store apps, to do a little bit of research and to jump on my rebate apps even to figure out some of the latest deals that I plan on tackling.

I wanted to resort to blogging to take it to the grassroots level of connecting with people. I really want to tie in the human aspect of all of this especially during this recent pandemic that has affected so many of us on varying levels. What it taught me is simply how to slow down, recognize the moment, and for that I am forever grateful. And quite possibly, in a few months, maybe the platform of this blog will change, and that’s okay.

Published by frugalite

Some faves: my Yoga practice; the color green. black coffee; being a mom; gardening and writing. I'd rather write than talk most days. I love farmers markets, deep talks, and serendipitous occurrences. When I am happy and feeling at my best I am funny, smiling and relaxed. At my core I enjoy doing things for other people. I have to serve in some capacity. I am diligent in saving money. It's very difficult for me to buy something that is not on sale. And let's not forget vibes. I am sensitive to the vibes around me, so balance is key in my environment and the people I choose to be around. I have a 6 ft. tall white picket peek-a-boo fence that I stare at regularly. It's falling apart. It's rotting away. The wind blew over 2 sections. And yet I let it remain in its perfectly imperfect state. Still trying to figure out it's exact purpose at this point in my life.

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