My DD and i have watched Food Inc.This is an American Docu film about food standards and processing in the U.S.A.Its quite upsetting to watch in places .Its horrible to see the battery farms especially when my girls are having a mud bath and basking in a little bit of warmth in the garden.
I have said many times i really do wish my budget could match my morals but it doesn't .I wish i could buy Organic,free range but I'm trying to cut my grocery budget down.
In days gone by obesity used to be a disease of the rich but now the tables have turned.It is harder to eat healthy on a budget.
So this year i must try harder to grow more.
Eat more vegetarian
and try and buy a few bits of free range meat and poultry.
That last statement is going to be hard as I'm on a budget and trying to get my grocery spend down,
I feel proud that in January my grocery spend equates to £6 a day.(Sue i take my hat off to you that you can live on £2 a day)
Well that's food covered now entertainment.
I have had a Wii for quite a few years now and have never been able to attach it to my TV,This morning my son came around and voila its on.I have a free 3 month trial of Netflix and i have managed to get the Internet set up on the wii and now can watch netflix through my tv rather than on my laptop.
Back to food but only briefly.I mentioned in a previous post that i picked up a mushroom growing kit from Poundland,well it works, apparently you get 3 or 4 harvests from each kit,I know its small at the moment but give it time.