Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Waste Not Want Not Wednesday #2

The term "waste not, want not," which probably originated in Yorkshire, means exactly what it says:  “never wasting anything results in never wanting anything.”  For example, only purchase enough perishable food at the grocery store that you know will be eaten up during the week, before it goes bad.  Waste not, want not.  Only buy what you need, not wasting your hard earned on money on things that might have to be thrown away. 

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~Kristin & Kelsey

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