1. Shopping: All I bought was a container of sour cream for $1.25. Other than that, it was a no-spend week in terms of groceries.
2. Made egg noodles. I took all of my duck eggs from the past several weeks and made egg noodles with them. Duck eggs have HUGE yolks, so they are great for making noodles with.
3. Went to a "free" church rummage sale and got some strawberry boxes, clothing, an apron, a silicone ice cube tray (yay, one that won't crack!), books, and a tiny ceramic turkey to use with my Thanksgiving decor.
5. Earned $42.37 at the farmers market on Saturday.
That's about it!
It's that time of year again when our days and nights fill up very fast. We had social stuff going on four out of seven nights last week. By Sunday, I was very, very happy to fall into bed. Many people love the weekends and dread Mondays, but for me it might be the opposite. I don't dread weekends, but often they seem so out-of-control compared to weekdays. Monday is my happy day, where everything goes back to normal and I can have some time to myself and work on projects around the house.
When is your "happy day"? What kind of frugal things were you able to accomplish last week?