We recently celebrated my son's first birthday. We had a wonderful party for him.
Today I wanted to share three tips for keeping things budget-friendly and of course, stress-free.Read More
My baby turned one on Saturday. I know. I can't believe it. It feels like he was just born. We had a small family get together and I thought I would share with you the ins and outs of our super-simple party.Read More
Last month marked six years since I started my own businesses. I had one little newborn at the time and while it was hard, it was such a great decision.
I get asked a lot about the ins and outs of being a work at home mom. I will say as hard as it can be it's been 100 percent worth it to provide an extra income for my family and be at home with my boys.
Today I wanted to share three work at home jobs with insanely flexible schedules.Read More
Happy Read Across America Day! What a fun way to get kids reading and loving reading. I remember in the second grade my teacher writing D.E.A.R on the chalkboard and then yelling "DROP EVERYTHING AND READ!"Read More
I love lipstick and mascara just as much as the next person. But I cannot, cannot, cannot spend a bunch of money on makeup. I'm not shaming women who do, but I just have too many other things that take priority when it comes to my dollars.Read More
Oh, the word sacrifice. It doesn't exactly ring of warm fuzzy feelings. Does it?
But remember this is a short-term sacrifice for the long-term gain of being debt free. When my husband and I were paying off debt we cut out so many things. And you know what? We really didn't miss them after a while.
So here are five things to cut out when getting out of debt. But, since I'm not a meany butt I will be sharing with you some alternatives that will save you money. (Meany butt. Yeah, I'm a grown person with children. Sure.)Read More
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