Which do you enjoy more: thrifting or making money? What if you can combine your love for both? Today I wanted to share some items you can purchase at a thrift store and sell for major profit.Read More
Is it expensive to eat healthy? I would argue no. In fact the weeks I run to the grocery store to pick up produce and milk are the weeks I spend less even though I buy the same in volume.
Today I am going to share some tips on saving cash on produce.Read More
Spring Break season is here and Summer is around the corner and that means it's time for some family activities.
When living on a budget family events and activities are NO different than anything else. They need to be planned and budgeted for. Today I wanted to share some tips for saving money on BIG family events.Read More
If you're like me you are constantly on the hunt for simple recipes that are healthy, delicious and won't heat your kitchen. (It may be April but it is HOT in South Alabama!)
Here is a simple and delicious quinoa recipe you can make in no time!Read More
Ask anyone who has gotten out of debt or worked to change their families financial family tree and they will tell you that the very first thing you should do is get on a written budget.
The second but equally important thing is to save up an emergency fund. Having an emergency fund will give you room to breathe, it will help you feel more in control and it is a huge part in conquering your financial fears and failures.Read More
Here are the BEST deals on Amazon this week for diapers, wipes and other baby needs.
Remember Amazon Mom you automatically save 20% on diapers and free 2-day shipping. It's free to sign up and all parents, and caregivers (grand parents!!!!) are eligble. Sign up here for Amazon Mom (it’s FREE!)Read More
It can be hard to build a budget and it can be even harder to stick to one. I know, I've been there.
But part of paying off debt or building toward savings goals is learning to live on a budget.
You just have to suck it up and do it.
My husband is a pen and paper person when it comes to making our budget. He likes to see all the numbers all at once.
I need immediate results, meaning I need to track my expenses as they happen. If I carry receipts around chances are they will get thrown away. And while I think cash envelopes are fantastic, I would just rather use my debit card.Read More
It's spring, which means wedding showers, baby showers, birthday parties, cookouts, garden parties, teas etc. etc.
Basically, it's what I call cupcake season. Today I am sharing FOUR cupcake recipes plus a couple tips and tricks to make your cakes special!Read More