Justin and I are excited for the day when we will own our own home but, until that day we will live contently in our rented spaces. The issue with rented spaces is of course you are unable, as a tenant to make any drastic change because in the end you will either have to pay for it to be fixed or you will not get a return on your investment.
OK, Ok, I know this is almost too easy to even put on my blog. Well then use this as a push to get out your books of photos and actually do something with them! I watch shark tank sometimes and I caved and totally got the Groove Book Ap so that I could have a great way of getting pictures off my phone.
OH that smell, nothing can beat the smell of fresh baked anything! Bread is one of those things that is especially pungent and amazing when it hits your nose. I love baking bread now, when I first started I have to admit I was scared and intimidated. Lets be honest there is a chemistry and an order to the way bread is made.
So when we moved across the country we got rid of about three quarters of our stuff! Furniture, clothes, shoes, toys, appliances, and also blankets. It's funny, you don't think you ever need extra blankets until you have guests over or it is really cold and you think to yourself, Oh man I wish I had an extra blanket, instead of turning the heat up and wasting tons of money.
Bread, made for thousands of years has now become a mystery to a lot of people in first world countries. I have finally taken the time to learn how to create this ancient form of sustenance not because it is the cool thing to do, not even because it is the healthy thing to do but, because being 'poor' drove me to it. That's right my husband and I were thinking of ways to save money and one small way to do that is to make our own bread.