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From the Proverbs to the Greatest Generation, we can reclaim a wealth of thrifty know-how from those who have gone before us. Speaking of grandparents, my dad tells the story of how he thought his family was poor when he was growing up.
Turns out they were just pretending. Their investments put their five children through college and allowed them to retire before they were too old to enjoy it. But stick with me.
I realize times have changed. Are any Little House on the Prairie fans tracking with me? Kids have to help, too! And this could give them a chance to earn change for their give, save, and spend jars.
I think we could learn a thing or two from them! Yes, our idea of frugal was very much the norm 50 years ago. It really puts living within or below your means in perspective. We have started doing a lot more cooking from scratch in the last several months. I try not to buy any processed foods anymore.
I think this alone has been saving us loads of money: Not buying things shopping is a great way to save money. I tried to hang laundry outside during summer months, I am still debating the time spent on taking wet laundry outdoor, gather them when dry vs.
One thine we have started doing is to instead just putting all changes into a jar, we put dollar bills into a container. Hanging laundry can be annoying until it becomes a habit. It also helps to remember the many ways we have it easier than previous generations. Bringing back a few thrifty habits is manageable because we have such a wealth of technology and conveniences. I always find it amazing how we have taken a left turn from what our grandparents have done. Something as simple as hanging out our clothes has been lost, garden, and cooking from scratch.
Those that do seem to have more smiles than not. There are many hidden, non-monetary advantages to living a simpler, thriftier life. Being grateful and working hard are more rewarding than materialism. I only remember him ever saying that he makes enough money for my grandma to spend. Nothing fresher and cleaner smelling than sheets hung outside to dry. Unfortunately, now many subdivisions have covenants against clothes lines. Right on as I agree we should live like the old world lifestyle.
Every Saturday and Sunday the malls are packed, and I know its the same people going on recreational shopping. I am trying to teach the kids to be more modest, and to appreciate what they have.
Good luck with your grandma challenge. Being grateful for what we have goes a long way. Glad to found this site! Yes, I know, centuries ago. Needless to say, there was no local zoning laws. The town had one grocery store and 2 churches and no movie theater.
My husband drove an hour to his job, worked 8 hrs and drove another hour home; so this new bride had lots of time on my hands. Yes, that little trailer had a small washer which stayed in a kitchen closet when not in use. To use it, haul it over to the double sink for filling, washing and two rinses, one in each sink. Then take it all outside to line dry. Sorta tough in freezing winter. We left that area when expecting our first child and needed to be closer to a hospital. We were having an adventure!
Some adventures are more exciting than others but life has been good and I have no regrets. Thanks for sharing your experience. It really puts perspective on our lives! Having a fun and rewarding adventure is a great way to think of life. I live in Japan now, where homes are tiny and space is shared. When my new Japanese sister-in-law saw my walk-in-closet full of clothes- she commented that it looked like a Store!
So I have learned a lot about minimalist living and make it a point to regularly pare down my wardrobe as much as I can. Still honing that idea, of course, as I like to sew. My goal is not to add any more unless I get rid of something else first. Sounds like your experience is very eye-opening. Actually, your Grandma challenge is spot on for Japan. There is a lot of daily cooking even I do now for the family, however, when there is a celebration with friends or extended family, it is held at a restaurant because homes are too small for entertaining.
We do not have dedicated guest bedrooms, either, and many families do not have dedicated bedrooms for family members. Some parents still sleep on the floor in the living room by laying out a futon each night and fold it up each morning and put it in the closet we have futon closets. A futon here is just a pad to sleep on. It is somewhat like sleeping on a really fluffy comforter. You might say that no bedrooms is a different take on how to economize.
Most people hang clothes out on a line few people choose to have a dryer , however, I have a dryer and I use it exactly as you suggest! So just about all of your suggestions resonate with me as reasonable ways to ratchet back lifestyle creep!
That sounds like our approach. If air is dry, the warm wetness will evaporate quickly. My grandfather was a self starter and went from being poor to being very well off. When they started getting ahead they kept up their thrifty ways and invested in things that meant something to them, like their home, travel, experiences, and really never did spend to meet their income.
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If she ever was capable of empathy for others she does not seem to be now. Geropsych eval, and the whole family uniting with a resounding NO, people who want to live independently can't constantly call begging for help and call on a regular basis, would be very appropriate.
This will not get better without intervention and with people totally reinforcing exactly the behaviors that no one can stand. If she called , and they took her? Let them keep her awhile.. If she doesnt get the attention she may back off. Sounds like your aunt and uncle need to back off before they go under while trying to do all that they are doing.
You are right, your mother is only thinking of herself. She lives alone in a bungalow. Shes not incapable of doing things for herself I think she doesnt want to. She is a little unsteady but the slip on wedges she wears does not help and when we suggest flat full shoes and maybe a frame she poo poos the idea!
I feel she wants one of us to have her live with us but no one has the room or really want her living with them. Your right I have a four year old when she has a tantrum I behave how she is and she looks at me and says you look silly mummy, I say just like you I'll try that with mama lol I dont pander to her all the time when she rings on days I dont go I tell her Im busy and cant go round, she just hangs up on me and continues to bother other family members till she gets company: You don't mention if she's incapable of doing anything for herself.
What is her physical status? Does she live alone? Maybe she could move into a senior apartment situation where there would be things to do and other people to interact with. However, I agree that your family members are saying "how high" when your grandma says "jump". If everyone can communicate about setting some limits, then follow up, she would HAVE to ease up. She might scream a bit louder for awhile but once she sees it isn't working, she will possibly improve.
As long as her tactics are working, there's no motivation to change her ways. For comparison, think about how you get a toddler to stop throwing tantrums No audience, less drama. And not nearly so good as a loving, embraceable counterpart. Or they prefer not to.
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No, gray is not the new black despite all the fashionable folks who are trying to convince you otherwise. Financial advisors will be gunning to manage your IRA after you leave your job. The various words for grandparents at times may also be used to refer to any elderly person, especially the terms gramps , granny , grandfather , grandmother , nan , Maw-Maw , Paw-Paw and others which families make up themselves. When used as a noun e. When preceded by "my All forms can be used in plural, but Gramps plural Gramps is rare.
In writing, Grandfather and Grandmother are most common, but very rare when referring to a grandparent in person. In many parts of India , maternal grandparents are called Nana and Nani. Similarly, paternal grandparents are called Dada and Dadi. One's parents' Nani and Nana are called Par-nani and Par-nana. On similar lines, parents' Dadi and Dada are called Par-dadi and Par-dada. Gogo can be used for either, etc.
Given that people may have two living sets of grandparents, some confusion arises from calling two people "grandma" or "grandpa", so often two of the other terms listed above are used for one set of grandparents.
Another common solution is to call grandparents by their first names "Grandpa George", "Grandma Anne", etc. In North America, many families call one set of grandparents by their ethnic names e.
In Flanders pepee or petje and memee or metje are most used. In Friesland , a common pair is pake and beppe. In the Philippines , grandparents are called lolo grandfather and lola grandmother , respectively.
Languages and cultures with more specific kinship terminology than English may distinguish between paternal grandparents and maternal grandparents. For example, in the Swedish language there is no single word for "grandmother"; the mother's mother is termed mormor and the father's mother is termed farmor.
One's great-grandparent's parents would be "great-great-grandparents". To avoid a proliferation of "greats" when discussing genealogical trees, one may also use ordinals instead of multiple "greats"; thus a "great-great-grandfather" would be the "second great-grandfather", and a "great-great-great-grandfather" would be a third great-grandfather, and so on. This system is used by some genealogical websites such as Geni.
Individuals who share the same great-grandparents but are not siblings or first cousins are called "second cousins" to each other, as second cousins are the grandchildren of one's grandparent's siblings. The parents of a great-grandparent, the grandparents of a grandparent, or the great-grandparents of a parent are called great-great-grandparents or 2x great-grandparents.
Great-great-great-grandparents, or 3x great-grandparents, are one's great-great-grandparent's parents. The use of the prefix "grand-" dates from the early 13th century, from the Anglo-French graund.
The term was used as a translation of Latin magnus. Grandparents are changing their roles in contemporary world  , especially they are becoming increasingly involved in childcare. Since , approximately one-third of children in the USA live in a household consisting of both parents and a grandparent. There are a few reasons why grandparent involvement is becoming more prevalent. First, life expectancy has increased while fertility rates have decreased.
This means that more children are growing up while their grandparents are still alive, whom can become involved in childcare. The degree of grandparent involvement also varies depending on the societal context, such as the social welfare policies. For example, in European countries such as Sweden and Denmark, where formal childcare is widely available, grandparents provide less intensive childcare. There are different types of grandparental involvement, including nonresident grandparents, co-resident grandparents, grandparent-maintained household, and custodial grandparents.
Grandparents have different functions in child development. Not only do they provide instrumental support such as picking grandchildren from school or feeding them, but they also offer emotional support. Grandparents can have a positive or negative impact on child development. On the one hand, previous research suggests that children and adolescents who have a close relationship with their grandparents tend to have better well-being, experience fewer emotional problems, and demonstrate fewer problematic behaviours.
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