We were a couple, up until recently, that lived without cable! I know, talk about us...I went without cable for almost 2 years. I got so much done though, I was actually reading and sewing and not being a lazy ass! But once we got married we felt like being up to date on
We have been brainstorming/implementing ways to save, conserve, and reuse. Pretty basic stuff. Instead of running the AC at night we open our windows and turn on the fan. I know we are really progressive, no one has ever thought of this before. We actually cut our electric bill in half last month. I know this cannot last through a Texas summer but for right now we are rockin' it!
Now that we have our own little yard I have been thinking about ways to live a more simple life outside the house. It's not really about money at all, just getting back to basics. My parents live on a tiny farm and have a garden (free veggies) and chickens (free eggs). They have a huge compost pile which saves waste that can be used for fertilizer later. They even have a clothes line. Mr. R, why can't we have these things in our backyard?
This is me brainstorming!
Living Simple Goals: Phase 1
Living Simple Goal (in a perfect world where I have lots of time and extra money): Phase 2
Chicken Coop + Chickens
What we have:
What we need:
A LOT of research!
What do y'all think?