Cook To Have Leftovers
Apr 26, 2021
I recently released a free download how I became accidentally frugal, in a modern world. I list up to 50 ways I discovered this common sense approach from 2020.
In 2019 my word was SIMPLIFY.
We did just that!
2020 I didn’t have a word… actually I did — it was the ef one. I said it a lot.🤣🤷🏻♀️
Anyways, On a serious note… I learned a lot during 2020!
Being frugal in a modern world is not about being cheap. It’s about setting boundaries, adjusting your priorities and controlling your mindset.
We all have different wants/needs/priorities in life.
That’s just the way it is.
One of the ways we are frugal is how we grocery shop/eat. That doesn’t mean we eat cheap. That means we eat smart when/where we can so we can splurge later. It’s spending wisely according to your lifestyle/interest.
I’ve leaned to save/earn in particular areas so I can spend wisely or splurge in other areas.
And when I say wisely… those are things that are on my priority list.
Not my friend’s priority list or my family’s priority list. MINE/Austin.
Things like this simple meal go a long ways. We try to cook to have leftovers.
-Pork – wherever it’s priced good
-Rice – we have both white and yellow and it lasts us a LONG time
-Black Beans – 1 cup dried black beans in Instant Pot (dried beans last forever, too)
-Pico – leftover veggies
I do this same common sense approach with clothes, kitchen items, how we pay for things, earning credits/referrals/extra income, personal interest, health or beauty products—
So after a busy Monday, thank goodness for leftovers!
Burritos are another every week leftover.
What are some of your favorite leftover recipes???
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