Don’t you want to dance? Don’t you want to love? Don’t you want to be happy? Don’t you want to not fight about money? Or even better do you want to be on the same goal as yourself or your spouse? If you do, and want to learn how we budget stick around. We have simply learned how to budget through trial and error and want you to learn from our experience with this routine.
We want to share with you something that is not common in the United States, but is growing more and more popular – tiny living. We took the plunge and wanted to live our dream early rather than waiting until we were 65 years old. As I am writing this, well a little late, but our 2 year anniversary of tiny living has passed us up and we are excited that we have made huge financial moves too. Cheers to our 2 years anniversary of living tiny! We share how living tiny has helped us financially, and living tiny could help you too! Let us show you what we have done to hopefully inspire you too!
Ever spend all weekend getting your budget ready for the new month, only to have it all fall apart again by day 3 of the month? The realness is that if you are struggle to keep your budget together, there is likely many things coming against you. Here are the 5 biggest reasons you cannot stay on budget (and what to do about them!)
Ever struggled with being content? The thought of being happy with the things that are right in front of you. If you have had this struggle, this post is just for you!
If you have an online shopping addiction, we have just what you need here. There comes a point when you are just shopping out of emotion. The feelings of depression, where you think you are broken, and you are in so much fear. You might just be swiping your card because it “makes you” feel better. You feel like you cannot turn this around so lets just keep going. But let us share with you some hacks we have had clients tell us work when they are in a spiral of shopping addiction.
Want to reach your goal faster? During our debt free journey and now onto our FIRE journey (Financial Independence Retirement Early), we have learned so many ways to cut cost on entertainment and enjoy our life. We want to share with you 50 of our favorites and hope that they will help you on your journey too.
Roadtrip season is coming because everyone is ready to get out of their house, their neighborhood, and relax elsewhere. Spring is here, summer vacations, and who has extra money to splurge? Some people and we even hear a lot of people are using their stimulus check to travel. We love to traveling on a budget and saving money. We want to share with you some of our savings tricks and tips to help you and your family save this season.
It is easy to go out to eat and blow the budget. I know, we have been there and done that! You say, we will just figure it out, and well the end of the month goes by and you do not close out your budget because your nervous to find out how much you actually spent on eating out. Once you try these tips though, you will help yourself from those moments of pain. It will take it away…well for the most part!
Groceries can be expensive. Raise your hand if you have ever spent more than $200 a week for groceries and thought what did I buy? Raise your hand if you have ever gone to the grocery store and bought a car full of groceries, and got home and your kids said “We have no food!”. Yes, it happens to us all, but I know you can spend less on your groceries by learning how we shop and put a hard stop on both of those questions.
Need a cashless budgeting system that will be the 2020 decade budgeting method with more touchless payment methods and debit cards. Keeping germs away with using cashless budgeting! Cash will it be a thing of the past like Checks…we can thank Covid-19. We want to share with you two apps that will help you cashless budget and of course our yearly bullet budget journal. We will let you determine which is better to budget with as a cashless budget. It will be your strategic thinking for the week.