#2DollarMealChallenge

#2DollarMealChallenge Follow-Up

So you’ve completed the $2 Meal Challenge, now what? Don’t forget what you’ve learned. Find a way to keep the lessons you learned through this challenge at the forefront of your mind. Here are a few suggestions that may be helpful to you: Keep the lessons fresh in your mind by practicing this challenge once…

The Story of a Few Good Apples

I was driving to work once and saw a homeless man standing on the corner, waiting for a bus. There were small apples on the ground that had fallen off a tree. Most looked shriveled or bruised from where I could see them. He was looking all around him, wanting to pick some up, but…

The Story of The Day I Failed

It was Mexican Independence Day. I grew up in Mexico so this is a big deal for me. Cheap breakfast – $0.20. Usual Wednesday lunch with friends from work – a Slice of Chorizo, Onion, Jalapeño Pizza and Soda – $3.78. Mexican Candy for dessert – $0.15. So far this day = $4.13. I really…

The Story of the Breakfast Donut

A few days ago I bought a ½ dozen donuts for my Sunday School class. I came home with leftovers. 3 days later, I noticed all that was left in the box were two halves of donuts… 3 days old. I considered the dilemma: throw them out or try to salvage them into a breakfast….

$2 Meal Challenge

Did you know that nearly half of all people in the world live on $2 per day or less?  When you consider all of your daily living expenses – food, housing, vehicles, insurance, entertainment, and more – how much are you living on per day?  Humbling, isn’t it? To help us have a taste of…