Hey, want to know how to save a bunch of money?
Never ever go to Target. ever.
I ran in to get salt and ended up with a shirt…
$5 on clearance.
I’m such a hippie wearing my clearance fake tie-dye.
And .58 cent dog treats.
I gave one to Marni and she immediately hid it. Why can’t I go hide my treats instead of stuffing them in my piehole in seconds?
Nice hiding spot, you dillwad.
Even with dollar purchases, I still managed to blow nearly $100. High score! Does that mean I’m a winner? Do I get a prize?
FOOD, I MAKE FOOD. SOMETIMES.
I don’t talk a ton about food because talking about shoes, clothes and vacations is so noble is much more interesting to me.
But I get a lot of questions asking what I eat everyday. It’d be like seeing a celebrity at the grocery store without makeup (“Wow, they’re so average and normal and short and… unglamorous”).
But I’ll tell you what we had for dinner because I actually did something more than make a salad. I used this honey-lime grilled chicken recipe from The Fit Housewife. and then made a salad.
Simple ingredients that I had on hand, check.
I’m all about simple recipes not because I don’t have the time. Heck, I have time to make two of Julia Child’s recipes daily, but cooking isn’t how I prefer to spend my time… StarTracks aren’t going to check themselves.
Finished product. Good golly I’m an amazing photographer.
Next time I’d marinate the chicken for a full day instead of 4 hours, but I started too late in the afternoon. I’m going to blame her because she forced me to take a 4 mile walk with her at 5pm.
And I’d use more chicken: I only had 2 chicken breasts and wanted to share with my “I’d die of sadness (and starvation) if I was a vegetarian” husband so the portions weren’t too big, but it was an easy, good recipe.
What country are you rooting for in that Olympic womens beach volleyball game tonight?