Delight in ordinary things.
"Every state of society is as luxurious as it can be."
Many people confuse luxury with opulence. To understand luxury you must look at the true sense of the word...
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Posted by Tracey McBride ~ Frugal Luxuries® at 4:24 PM
" ' Lounging and larking don't pay,' observed Jo, shaking her head.
'I'm tired of it and mean to go to work at something right off.'
'Suppose you learn plain cooking; that's a useful accomplishment,
which no [one] should be without,' said Mrs. March."
--Louisa Mae Alcott, Little Women
I was practicing the art of cookery today and wanted to share the results of making use of just one of those super~sized zucchini I had mentioned HERE (bought from the farm stand, 3 for $1).
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Posted by Tracey McBride ~ Frugal Luxuries® at 6:23 PM
"All things on earth point home in old October...." --Thomas Wolfe
As you probably already have guessed, I am a list~maker and leave very little to memory. In fact, the only thing I really leave to memory is where I put my lists! I've found that lists are an invaluable tool for staying focused. My memory is on overload most of the time so I especially love the idea of a Master List of Potential Accomplishments and have long used this tactic to unburden myself mentally.
I firmly believe there is a kind of a natural magic in list~making. The very act of writing out your potential accomplishments sends a message to your central nervous system and consequently you find yourself doing the very things you want to get done! CLICK HERE TO READ FULL POST.
Posted by Tracey McBride ~ Frugal Luxuries® at 11:20 AM