Hi, readers! First, I want to thank Jane for letting me write a guest post on Sustainable in the South. Some of you might already know this, but in case you don’t, Jane and I have known each other since middle school. I feel privileged to have had her as a friend so long. She is great, and so of course her blog is, too. … Continue reading Guest Blog: Budgetary Experiment for a Halfway Adult
I’m almost done with my Dumb Phone Challenge and I am learning some valuable lessons. I can’t wait to share that in my update about the whole experience. This post is about my next challenge, a new way for me to reduce… my spending, that is. The holiday season is an annual reminder of how frivolous I can be with money. I have a budget … Continue reading Whoops. Spent all my money on the holidays.
I have finally come to the conclusion that I rely too heavily on technology, but especially my phone. My iPhone is always within arm’s reach, if not already in my hand. It connects me with everyone I know or have ever met through texts, calls, FaceTime, and social media. It provides me with entertainment when I’m at the airport or when I can’t fall asleep. … Continue reading Dumb Phone Challenge