I was watching this crazy show on TLC last week about super cheap people.
And by super cheap I mean, asking people at restaurants for their leftovers cheap.
So cheap, it was funny.
This one guy did something that intrigued me though and to be honest, it is a good idea.
4 times a year he went on what he called a "Fiscal Fast".
Meaning they spent no money all week on anything.
Now, I'm not getting that insane, but I'm refusing to buy groceries this week.
That is my version of a "Fiscal Fast."
We always end up with random half eaten boxes of pasta, soup we never eat, frozen veggies, etc...
It builds up over time, we forget about it and then it goes bad and we throw it away.
Saturday I bought 4 lbs of chicken breasts.
The rest of the week we will eat chicken and whatever else I find in the cupboards and freezer.
Did I mention I am drinking our last beer as I type this?
This could get interesting.
Although going to a liquor store doesn't count, right?