Be Lazy, Eat In: Frugal Kitchen Breakfast Edition

I am spoiled. Fergus is in charge of cooking, and for good reason: his food is delicious (plus he enjoys cooking). Some mornings I literally wake up to the offer of breakfast in bed. Yet as I write this Fergus, is away on a business trip. And I can’t cook. And I hate cleaning theContinue reading “Be Lazy, Eat In: Frugal Kitchen Breakfast Edition”

We Just Spent (and Consumed) $84 on Chocolate. Here’s Why That’s Frugal.

Fergus and I went to Cafe Fleuri at The Langham in Boston, where we spent $42 per person to eat at the “Chocolate Bar.” Plus tax and tip, the entire trip was over $100. It was a really interesting experience that we don’t regret (even though we probably won’t do that ever again). This postContinue reading “We Just Spent (and Consumed) $84 on Chocolate. Here’s Why That’s Frugal.”

WASTE NOTHING – Watermelon Edition

This isn’t a financial matter for us, it’s…hard to describe. In some ways we live very wasteful lives – we drive to work (albeit carpooling) when we could be biking, we eat one lavish meal out a month (last time out was $94 with tip and tax), we spend hundreds a month (on average) traveling,Continue reading “WASTE NOTHING – Watermelon Edition”