Want to save an extra $1,000 in the next 12 months?? Buckle up your burrito’s because this money-saving chart is seriously awesome AND it will help you do just that. DITCH THE COMMITMENT WITH THIS MONEY SAVING CHART I spent five years playing college volleyball, and although I had the time of my life, it has left me feeling utterly… Read More
Money and marriage. Why are they so hard to mix?? Did you know money is the second leading cause why once happily married couples wind up sitting across from each other in divorce court? Whether you feel like you’re on your way or you are just trying to be preventative (high hive!) here are eight tips about marriage and money… Read More
There are a few incredible people out there that are born with a knack for frugal living. The rest of us have to learn tips and tricks the hard way or from Pinterest. 🙂 The Best frugal living tip ever given to me: Put your blinders on Being married does not suddenly qualify you for a massive house, super fancy… Read More
Oh boy… how to budget for groceries. Where to even start? It’s a necessary evil so you might as well conquer it like the mom boss you are! Let’s do this! How much money to budget for groceries I don’t like fluff, so let’s just get right to it. Your goal should be to budget $100 dollars per person in… Read More
So you’re trying to save money for travel eh? WHERE ARE YOU GOING??? I may need to add it to my list. My parents just got back from Australia and to say I’ve been bitten by the travel bug would be an understatement. I’ve been DEVOURED!! Budgeting for travel should be easy The number one reason people say they don’t… Read More
Are you looking for ways to help your teenager start budgeting? (Or maybe you are a teenager looking for budgeting tips? High five!) You’re one step ahead and are making a fabulous choice! First & Foremost, Stop the Debt Cycle There are two things that your children learn directly from you without you even lifting a finger. The first is… Read More
I thought we didn’t have enough money because we just graduated college. We didn’t have enough money because the hub’s job wasn’t “big” enough yet. We didn’t have enough money because I didn’t have any work experience after five years of college volleyball and I had to start at the bottom.
I’m the type of person that loves playing Christmas music the day after Halloween. Yes, i’m one of those. I’m also the type of person that dislikes Christmas shopping, especially last minute Christmas shopping (aka ” Christmas Budget Busting Shopping…”). Too often the heart wrench of spending so much money clouds my holiday cheer.