Category: money

Family is important — Flying doesn’t have to be expensive!

When moving away from home, I knew I would have the expense in my budget of flying at least 2 to 3 times a year. I have found the best ways to save money to be able to see family and not have a huge expense.

Start to save money to visit family and traveling!

How I lived without an income for 3 months.

This post may contain affiliate links, and they are no cost to you! We are in an unpredictable time right now with many people not sure where their next paycheck is coming from. I want to share with you my experience of living without… Continue Reading “How I lived without an income for 3 months.”

How to Organize your Budget Emotionally

Do you feel like your emotions get the best of you and adding money on top of it does not help? Emotions happen everyday and it is a choice to either live negatively or live positively. We do not want money to cause you stress, anxiety, worry, or feeling like you will never win. However, when you are on the journey of life there is always a beginning, middle, and end. The beginning is so exciting. The middle takes faith and patience and sometimes it is hard, which is why these tips will help you even in the middle. And of course the end is exciting too! We are going to help you with your finances and emotions with ten tips! These have helped us feel more uplifted in the darkest times with money and know they will help you as well!

Budget Ready, but I am still failing at my budget

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!)

5 Saving Tips for Auto Insurance

Saving money is something we can all learn to do in times that inflation is kicking butt. Let’s learn together how to save more money with auto insurance.

5 Ways to Shoot for Progress

Write down your expenses weekly. To shoot for progress in your finances, write down your expenses weekly.  This will give you a great guide on where your money is already going. It is a roadmap – it is like google maps – you need it on… Continue Reading “5 Ways to Shoot for Progress”

The Bag Lunch Budgeter.

Baby cost are high — we had to learn to save up for Baby Maloney and fast. We had to figure a way to cut cost and quickly to save the $10,000. Instead of buying lunch after lunch, we made bagged lunches cool for both my husband and I to take to work. You can learn here too how to make bagged lunches to save your grocery budget too!

How Living Tiny Has Played A Key Part In Our Dreams To Live Financially Free!

Wonder if you can do something as crazy as living tiny to fulfill your dreams to live financially free? You can! Follow these basic principles. Let us show you how we were able to do it even during 2020.

Get me out of Medical Bills!

Medical bills can hit anyone unexpectedly especially if someone gets an illness unexpectedly, has a baby and did not plan for it financially, or gets in an accident that wasn’t your fault. However if you have medical bills you are able to get out… Continue Reading “Get me out of Medical Bills!”

How to spend less on your groceries per week

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.

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