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Parties and getting together with friends is a ton of fun. It could also mean a ton of food, drinks, and left overs that don’t really fit into dinner plans. While fun at the time, most of us don’t want to waste food, or see food wasted. It breaks our thrifty hearts. Here’s how to reduce the amount of party leftovers you will have and tips for what to do with what is left over.
Think Before You Buy
When having people over consider having foods that will last longer, morph into meals and are semi healthy. When you have candy you will either destroy your diet or never be rid of it. When you have tortilla chips and bean dip you can later add salsa, shredded cheese and sour cream to make nachos for lunch on the day after your get together.
Make It Potluck
Potluck parties are the best because with everyone bringing something you know two things. First, there is going to be plenty of food. Second, everyone should have something there they like. After the party you can just send people home with the leftovers of what they brought. You can send everyone home with something they didn’t bring.
Try To Pawn Them Off
If you have thrown a party or had a family get together, try to pawn some of the food off on those that attended. Often you have paid for the food, but what is left over is more than your little family unit can ( or should ) eat before it goes bad. Make plates or bags designed with the purpose of sending your food orphans home with family and friends.
Left Over Day
Have the day after your party be a left over day. Breakfast, lunch and dinner should all be comprised of left overs. So should any snacks that are consumed on that day. While you will have some less healthy options and some interesting meal combinations, you will also avoid wasting those costly party foods.
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No one like to waste money by wasting food. Smaller, more picker members of our families, however, may not care at all how much we are spending on groceries. They may demand a diet of peanut butter sandwiches for a year if we allowed it. It’s tempting some days, but we don’t. Still how can we get our little one to eat right without breaking the bank.
Believe in Seconds
You aren’t sure if your little food critic is going to devour dinner or turn their nose up at it. So give them a tiny portion to see if they like it. They are more likely to try it because it’s such a small amount. This means that your more likely to get them to eat it because they now know they like it. If they don’t like it, you haven’t wasted a full portion on them.
Never Force Food
Having control of what they put in their mouth is big for little independent minds. when you try to force food on a child they are more likely to rebel against eating it. This will set a precedent with all new food. It’s important that your child gets to choose what they will try. Offer small amount of a large variety of foods. You can do this by buying or making fruit, vegetable, and cheese platters with crackers and various dips. There could be yogurt dips, peanut butter dips or just plain old ranch dressing. This gives you picky child the opportunity to pick.
Mix It In
Put a new vegetable in a casserole or in some pasta. Put fruit in pancakes. Make things that are salads (potato, pasta, or egg) that otherwise wouldn’t pass as a salad. Get veggie dogs or vegan chicken nuggets. Make sweet potato fries instead of regular french fries. Get bread with a fruit of vegetable in them. A little camoflauge could go a long way if your little one isn’t paying attention.
There are so many hobbies for us to choose from. There are video games to play and soccer tournaments to watch. There are scifi conventions to attend. When picking something that is enjoyable to do you have no problem finding a stress outlet. Some hobbies, however are more worthy than others. They are useful and leave you with with an end product or many dollars saved. Here are just a few useful but fun hobbies you could save money with.
A love of crochet or knitting is a wonderful thing. You don’t just get time to relax, and a meditative rhythm, in your work. You also get a useful end project. It could be a purse, sweater, shawl, or blanket. You could also make toys and gifts. All for the one time cost of needles and the reaccuring cost of yarn.
Sewing has many aspects. If you’re just starting out you could repair a hole in a sock or put a button back on a shirt. If you are more advanced you could make your own clothes altogether. Or you could make a baby quilt with lots of colorful shapes and patches.
Those that tinker with cars eventually learn their way around an engine or two. You don’t just earn skills that are marketable. You also can save yourself a pretty penny by doing your own car maintenance.
This skill can earn or save you money in so many ways. You would spend less building your own computer and be able to customize it to your needs and liking. You would know how to repair a computer and what each component does. You would also be able to market this hobby.
Want to improve your children’s eating habits. Plant a garden and then tell them to stay out of it. Watch your crop disappear as they sneak healthy snacks while playing outside. Learning to garden can give you an alternative source of food, beautify your home,