Hey you guys! There was once upon a time that we discussed how to start a budget here on this lil blog. It was actually one of the first series’ we ever did, and the content stays true, but we’ve decided that we should revive those ideas and do a new post on basic budgeting … Read moreBasic Budgeting with Free Worksheets!
Hey guys! I’m super excited to be back posting today with the second post in our how to stretch the family budget series with Pick Up the Values! Have you signed up for your awesome coupons yet?! If not, go do it right now! Today, we are talking about lowering those utility bills! For the longest … Read more10 Easy Ways to Save Money on Utilities!
Hey everybody! I am so SO excited to finally be able to share some really awesome news with you today! About a month ago Sarah and I were contacted by the team at Pick Up the Values (remember when we introduced them in this post?) with a really awesome partnership opportunity. Pick Up the Values … Read moreTen Tips for Stretching the Family Budget!
So I have been wanting to paint my front door for like… ever. For some reason though, I just couldn’t commit on the color! Navy is my favorite color right now and that is what I wanted to do, but I was really unsure about how that would look on my house. THEN I heard … Read moreFront Porch Makeover on a Budget
People are busier and busier these days. We all pack a lot into our lives, reducing the time we have to take care of certain responsibilities. You can use this to your advantage if you need to make extra money on the side. If you have spare time and need a good side hustle, take … Read more9 Legit Ways to Run Errands for Money
Dave Ramsey is one of the most popular personal finance gurus. His books, courses, and programs like The Total Money Makeover and Financial Peace University have helped millions of people get out of debt. Dave Ramsey’s Baby Steps come out of this work to help people kill debt and become financially stable. Dave Ramsey’s religious … Read moreDave Ramsey’s Baby Steps: 7 Steps to Reaching Financial Freedom
The best alternatives to cable TV help you save a ton of money. The average cable bill is north of $100, and it’s only moving higher. We were paying close to that average before we canceled DirecTV and now save $80+ per month that we’re able to put towards things we value more in our … Read more15 Best Alternatives to Cable TV
The summer is a great time to save money. The sun is out, people have more energy and are looking forward to fun-filled days. You may not realize it but there are many creative ways to save money this summer to help pad your budget for the rest of the year. Many people think it’s … Read more6 Creative Ways to Save Money this Summer
Many Americans indulge in luxuries that are easy to take for granted. We willingly pay for things outside of basic necessities, making it difficult to save money and achieve financial stability. I’m all for paying for things that enhance and add value to your life. Becoming financially fit often requires making some sacrifices. However, it’s … Read moreHow to Save Money on Things You Can’t Live Without
Summer is the time for grilling, swimming, playing outside and of course, vacations! I You may not be going on a trip, but you may have kids home from school or other activities that will keep you busy, and perhaps not focused on your financial goals. You may have started the year off with the goal … Read more25 Ways to Get Your Finances Back on Track This Summer