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!
The “Mom Recession” in 2020 was real. I am here to admit that I am a part of this group, and left my job to be a stay at home mom with my 3 months old baby. She is now over a year and I will have to say I am so glad I took action with my money when I did when I was younger to be able to make our family be in a situation to be able to afford to do this. Let me show you these important action items to do with your money if you are a women, and well if you’re a man most likely you are already doing these things.
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.
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.
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!