Here are 10 tips from Choose My Plate that can help you get the most for your food budget.
Is it possible to be thankful when you have less?
Consider the concepts of abundance and scarcity. If your closet is filled with 85 shirts, do you treat and view those shirts differently than if you only had five shirts in your closet? It can be argued that scarcity can affect the way we treat and view our resources. This isn’t to suggest that those with more struggle to be thankful, but it is to suggest that maybe people don’t always need more. Having more things doesn’t necessarily increase satisfaction.
If you have a storage unit, a cluttered basement, a cluttered garage, or any other room of unused excess, do you consider yourself to be thankful for all those things you don’t ever use? You might superficially be thankful, but the lack of use suggests you don’t find the items to useful. What can you do to change this situation?
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Did you know greek yogurt can be used as a substitute in a variety of recipes? Check out how greek yogurt can be substituted for sour cream, butter, oil and a variety of other ingredients in this chart from Chobani .
While the ingredient list may seem long, the actual preparation is pretty easy. This unique take on quinoa salad from The Ambitious Kitchen will make a great Meatless Monday meal!