Let’s clear some of the clutter in our homes and lives this year… and if you don’t know where to start, I have a list of 23 different areas to pick from!
When it comes to feeding my family without spending all day in the kitchen, I consider my freezer to be one of my most valuable appliances.
No matter what size freezer you have, there are ways you can maximize your freezer space — saving you time in the kitchen, energy cooking daily meals, and money buying in bulk (and not resorting to fast food as often)!
One of the very first things I did when I moved out for college (age 18) was to create a spreadsheet to track my tiny income and the few expenses I had at the time. I’ve always loved a good spreadsheet! At the time, it was an extremely simple spreadsheet that helped me visually see …
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Keep reading for 4 simple strategies to help your family curb consumeristic tendencies, live more simply, have less clutter, and stick more closely to your budget!
These ideas are especially relevant now, as we gear up for another holiday season filled with even more stuff… but they work well year round too!
October is a much-anticipated month around our home — not only because I love fall, but also because it’s a lovely break between the back-to-school rush and the holiday frenzy.
Our family is enjoying slower days and calmer weekends… and there still aren’t any leaves to rake (give it a few more weeks though!)
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Many years ago, I developed the habit of asking 5 simple questions before purchasing anything.
Asking these questions has changed the way I think about shopping, altered my perception of a “good deal”, and been a key factor in sticking to our financial goals over the years.
Basically, these 5 questions have saved our family THOUSANDS of dollars… I think they might just help you too!