Birthday week on Anna Maria Island, Fl. We had so much fun! We walked 150 ft to our beach everyday and all the restaurants were within walking distance. I ate clam chowder for almost every meal. You can't get decent chowder in Utah!! Went on a dolphin sunset cruise(I think we saw about 6-8 dolphins-so cool!). Soaked up all the sun I could. Ate way too much. Ran on the beach every morning in 60 degree temps. When we retire, this is where you'll find me. #annamariaisland#beachbum#neverenoughsun#foodfordays#annamariaoysterbar#paradiseboattours
People always ask us, "How do you live in such a small space?!" Welp...we only buy what we need, plan well, and keep organized. Living this way is not only efficient, but saves us money caused by waste and is more eco-friendly. Take our "tiny" freezer, for example, we have more than enough room for our fish (Sean caught catfish and blue gill over the summer), a few pounds of ground beef, a couple of Sean's spaghetti sauces, lotsa rice noodles, a handmade sourdough bread, Thai chilis, ice trays, ice packs, and, of course, the Ben and Jerry's section...with space for more! Right now, we are staying with friends, so we have chicken and hot pockets in their deep freezer. But while we are on the road, this is plenty of food for a week - mixed with refrigerated and dry goods. Also, pre-proportioning out (as seen here) bulk meats and other items, allows us to never go without frozen beef/chicken. And we really do enjoy the creativity (aka Pinterest searches) of planning our meals around what we already have. And that's just one example of how to live the #trailerlife 😉
Just had some eggs but left this for last 😍 Scandinavian Bran crackers with NATURAL ingredients to up my fiber intake. 1 cracker is 6 carbs and 4g fiber! I have 2 crackers and less than 1TBSP of Natural peanut butter was used on crackers.