*Picked up a stack of books from the library that we had holds on. One was "Pioneer Girl" -- the new annotated autobiography of Laura Ingalls Wilder. I've been sorely tempted to buy it but it would have cost $31.25 (link: http://www.amazon.com/Pioneer-Girl-Laura-Ingalls-Wilder/dp/0984504176/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1436561885&sr=8-1&keywords=Pioneer+girl
*Made a delicious omelette for lunch - fried up 1 zucchini, 1/2 a green pepper and some leftover purple onion and put it on top of the omelette. Also, fried up leftover 5 new potatoes, diced, and added some seasoning salt. Tasted like a meal at a fancy brunch place I've been to.
*Husband made spaghetti from jarred sauce for lunch instead of buying take out for the kids at the end of their week in VBS at church (Vacation Bible School) - was so happy to see him getting on board with MMM ideas
*Created a budget using Dave Ramsey's free budgeting program (link: https://www.everydollar.com
*Husband had one of those tough conversations with adult son who is struggling, financially, while living on his own for the first time.
*Pulled old stereo out of the mothballs. We had been using streaming radio on the stereo/sound system my husband won at work, and our internet bill starting going over every month due to exceeding gigabytes of data.
(ETA more things from today -- its been a productive day!)
*Made two 9x13 banana cakes out of 6 spotty bananas for a family BBQ we are hosting on Sunday.
*Chicken on the rotisserie from our recent order of 50 chickens from the farm -- want to be intentional about using these up and not having any left at the end of June 2016. At LEAST one per week.
*Made a big batch of smoothies - enough for 2 kids and my husband and I. The rest, I made into popsicles in our molds and threw them in the freezer for a hot day.