- to wander around, to stroll, to meander
I have several dumpster diving stories involving relatives. I’ve even done a bit myself! (Perhaps I’ll share those stories someday.)
It tickles me that dumpster diving is coming out of the underground. A couple of months ago I downloaded the classic The Art and Science of Dumpster Diving by John Hoffman after seeing it mentioned in The Tightwad Gazette.
We live in a horribly wasteful culture, and it pleases me to see people using this strategy. I even thought of adding a section about dumpster diving to The Temporary Tightwad, but was concerned that it would scare too many people off! Maybe I should have after all.
I wrote this article as a tribute to my grandmother, who I found myself thinking of when I wrote my last ebook: 4 Frugal Lessons I Learned from Grandma
— Heidi @ Frugal Girls (@frugalgirls) November 17, 2016
If you’ve ever noticed that your kids misbehave far less when they’re not around you, here’s the reason why.
Don’t forget about the free Mrs. Meyer’s seasonal scents kit from Grove.co!
For when you feel like you’re not “Enough”. My take on this? I’m not enough, and I know it. And that’s OKAY. My not-enough-ness is enough. The kids will be aiight.
Enjoy your weekend, and be sure to flâner a little bit 🙂