Tag: budget tips

What to do in Grand Teton National Park while on a Budget?

Zion National Park — you think it is said “Ziii-on, but it is really said “Ziiin” trust me! The locals will know you are not from there is you say it out it looks. Say, “Ziiin” it is like the O is not even there. But let’s get to what to do in Zion National Park on a budget. We travel frugal, tiny, and love to show others how to do it too!

3 Budget Friendly Places to Stay and Adventure in St. George, Utah.

We love adventuring to state parks because of the trail systems, lakes, and the space from others. These are our three favorite budget friendly places to stay and adventure while we were in St. George, Utah.  They are our favorites for three completely different reasons.  Keep reading to find out the spots to go. 

10 Steps to cleanse your budget

People are in a sink or swim moment right now which means that we need to cleanse your budget just as you would cleanse your body by eating certain foods and get all the unnecessary out. Let’s get all the unnecessary out of your… Continue Reading “10 Steps to cleanse your budget”

How we have no car payments and you can too!

Let me tell you a little secret…having no car payment is possible!  Personally, I don’t think I could ever go back to having a car payment.  Why?  I love being able to tell my money where it is going instead of paying a car dealer money on… Continue Reading “How we have no car payments and you can too!”

How I paid off 32k of Student loan debt fast!

Did you do what the “world” told you do to? Yes, so did I. I went to a private school my first year of college. I will admit I took out student loans because it was the thing to do. It was okay. It was “NORMAL.” I played soccer on a scholarship and went out of state.  It really did not help me in the financial world. Here is what I did and you can do it too to build your net worth to be positive instead of negative! 

How we spent under 10k for our wedding!

This post may contain affiliate links, and they are no cost to you! It’s a girls dream to get married and have a huge wedding that everyone will remember.  It is a dream to have beautiful flowers, good drinks and food, and the décor to… Continue Reading “How we spent under 10k for our wedding!”

10 Things To Do Differently With Your Money This Year!

ou want to eliminate something that you did in 2021 because obviously if you are here you want to improve something in your life in 2022.  Maybe, you want to improve your finances for 2022. Let’s load your mind with 10 things to do differently in 2022 with your money. 

3 Budget Friendly Places to Stay and Adventure in St. George, Utah.

We love adventuring to state parks because of the trail systems, lakes, and the space from others. These are our three favorite budget friendly places to stay and adventure while we were in St. George, Utah.  They are our favorites for three completely different reasons.  Keep reading to find out the spots to go. 

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!

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!

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