Travel season is officially here! When my family is away from home we still strive to stick with the traditional food style of eating that we enjoy at home. By eating the way we are accustomed we can help reduce any dietary distress and feel our best while we are out enjoying ourselves.
I love to travel. As a child we didn’t have many family vacations but I do remember a couple of trips. One was a camping trip from our home in Kansas to Idaho and back. Driving most of the day and camping in a new campground at night was very fun to a young girl! [...]
I’ve decided to take a vacation from blogging until after the New Year.
As a Thank You for your continued support of Real Food for Less Money, both of my eBooks are available at no charge and with no obligation until 9PM (Mountain) on January 4, 2013. Expired. You may [...]
Yesterday I released a new eBook, Thrifty Food Plan Experience, based on my families 2 week experience in March. During these 2 weeks we followed the USDA’s monetary guidelines for the Thrifty Food Plan but instead of eating the Standard American Diet (SAD) put out by the USDA we followed a real foods diet based [...]
This eBook is an in-depth look at the 2 week Thrifty Food Plan Experience that my family did in March of this year. 67 pages of thoughts, tips, and ideas plus a 2 week menu plan, over 40 recipes and links to many more.
This experience was based off of the USDA’s food cost [...]
I’m Guest Posting today at Homestead Host. The fabulous Erin has asked me to do a regular Monday post there. Today I’m sharing my thoughts on how to Transition to Real Food in 8 Easy Steps. These are essentially the things my family did to make our gradual change from a Standard American Diet (SAD) [...]