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As a frugal 20-something living on my own in the Big Apple, I'm practically the poster child for "ballin' on a budget" — especially when it comes to grocery shopping. While picking out my weekly staples,
Let’s say that—in, oh, about 15 minutes—you could be staring at a big pot full of mac & cheese, with all the ease of cracking open a box and shaking out the foil packet. But instead of noodles in a slurry
Eating healthy doesn't have to be overly complicated. But eating the same health foods every single day brings up another problem — boredom. This keeps you from enjoying your meals and makes you resent
Trader Joe's is like my therapist, my happy place. As soon as I walk in, all my troubles melt away as I feast my eyes on all of TJ's amazing food. I can pick up basics like raw almonds and cashews, dried
Sure, grilled burgers and steaks are the stuff of summer dreams. But fruit, vegetables, and even bread—yes, bread!—taste way better when grilled. Here’s how to do it. Every man knows how to grill a burger.
Let's say you're craving a smoothie, but you also need to add a little protein to your diet . . . a protein smoothie is an excellent way to do that! Whether it's for a powerhouse breakfast or a post-workout
Sign us up for carrot-ginger. We've all had the Sad Dinner. The kind of dinner that you're eating for health reasons, or just because it's what's in your fridge and you can't muster the strength to go