Babyfood and living without a vehicle

Babyfood and living without a vehicle

Hello all, hope you had a wonderful holiday season! I ranted about having to buy babyfood in my personal journal and was told that you can actually save money making your own babyfood. I work 10 hours a day and my daughter goes to daycare. She does get babyfood at daycare. So-do you think it would still be worth my time and effort to try and make some on my own? If so-how would I go about getting started? Also-as some of you know from a previous post my car recently broke down and I've been taking the bus. I was going to get the car fixed-but I am actually amazed at the amount of money I am saving. I'm considering trying to make this work for the long term. Are there any single moms out there that don't have a car? I don't have a large support system to lean on-so there aren't a ton of people I can turn to for rides. How do you go about grocery shopping, doing laundry(I don't have a washing machine), etc.? One tip that you guys offered was babywearing, which I plan to start doing. Just wanting to get some thoughts on this. Maybe you'll say it will be in my best interest to get the dang car fixed.
my new apartment.

my new apartment.

Step inside my room.

Step inside my room.

Redecorated and Rearranged Living Room aboard NAS Meridian

Redecorated and Rearranged Living Room aboard NAS Meridian

Bush or Pole Bean???

Bush or Pole Bean???

loft beds anyone?

loft beds anyone?

First post evarr! Look at my room! :D

First post evarr! Look at my room! :D