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As a busy wife and mother, sometimes I struggle with being happy. When you add in the weight of debt, budgeting, and the busyness of life, it seems impossible to be happy when you’re broke. And then I see pictures on Facebook of all the fun my friends are having – vacations, beach trips, new
With Mother’s Day right around the corner, it’s time to show mom just how much we love her with these easy and affordable gifts for mom. It’s so easy to take our loved ones for granted and moms fall into that category all too often. Our mothers are our first friends, our biggest cheerleader, and the
How does an extra $1,000 sound? Great, right? With the stress and expenses of everyday life, figuring out how to save money is tough. But it doesn’t have to be! With the help of this $20 Simple Savings Challenge for Couples, you’ll see how easy it is to work with your partner to build big
Since saving money only gets you so far, sometimes you need to easy ways to increase your income. Whether it’s a short-term need or to help with your long-term goals, these easy ways to increase your income are easy to fit into your life. Before you roll your eyes and say, “I don’t have time
How many times have you promised yourself “this is the year I’m going to save more money”? Yet somehow it never happens. Something always comes up! I know it’s hard. Between staying on top of the regular bills and expenses, school fundraisers, and the ever-increasing cost of groceries and gas, it’s almost impossible to set
At the top of the year, we found out that we’d be out $1,000 from one of our income sources (bummer) and a few weeks later we were dealt another blow and had to pump an unexpected $2,000 into our rental unit! At this point we had a few choices — sulk, earn some extra cash, or tighten the purse strings.
This week I have a very special treat for you all. My daughter Nora wanted to contribute to the blog and she wrote this one completely by herself! (Proud mom moment!) She’s 11 years old and in the fifth grade. And she tells me all the time that “you shouldn’t start a sentence with the word
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Ever been accused of being greedy? Or being stingy with your money? If you’re on a debt-free journey like me and pinching every penny, it can be tough for outsiders to see your generous heart. But what others sometimes fail to see is that being frugal and sticking to a budget doesn’t make you greedy