About The Tiny Twenty-Something Blog
I’m Kat Johnson: blogger, dog-mom, and writer. The Tiny Twenty-Something blog was started in 2015 as a way to help those in their 20s navigate adulting. I went from not knowing how to manage my bank account and cooked terrible food for my husband, to being able to share more and more (actually) wonderful recipes!
I live in Kalispell, Montana with my husband Kyler and our dog, Violet.
I love telling stories! I’m a freelance writer for my own writing business, have 2 blogs and I am a Content Coordinator for 2 micro-targeted magazines in Whitefish and Kalispell, MT. I love creative nonfiction, fantasy fiction and magazine writing. I serve on The Board of Directors for The Montana Woman Foundation and Code Girls United; MWF promotes the success of women throughout Montana with educational resources and opportunities, and Code Girls United offers computer science and business curriculum for girls 9-14 years old.
The Tiny Twenty-Something covers a few topics related to cooking and budgeting: meal planning, budgeting for any diet (but specifically low carb), and affordable recipes that are healthy for everyone. And lifestyle blog articles like using your budget to fit travel into your lives, improving your health habits and more.
What is on The Tiny Twenty-Something?
Lifestyle- Travel, Healthy and Beauty
We all deserve to live our best life and not let the budget totally limit you. So I have figured out how to do Hawaii and Las Vegas on a budget. Denver is on our next trip for a Twenty-One Pilots concert and I am now scheming to go abroad on a budget and a carryon.
Meal Planning & Budgeting
Meal planning is essential to any grocery budget and I have a several recipes that are for both low carb and not so low carb lifestyles. Throughout this blog, there are also great freebies that should help you figure out how to meal plan and meal plan without breaking the bank!
Low Carb Recipes on The Tiny Twenty-Something
In an effort to reduce my epilepsy and hormonal triggered migraines, I started the keto diet- or rather, a kinda keto diet. I stick to less than 100 g of carbs every day, pay special attention to my macronutrients and make sure I get plenty of protein and health fats in my diet.
Whether you are low carb or not, the low carb or keto lifestyle can get expensive. That’s why my recipes are budget conscious.