If you’re trying to start or grow your blog or work from home business, be sure to consider this important first step. Here are three questions you should ask when considering whether to use a free platform like Blogger or a self-hosted WordPress site. Plus, my actual traffic results when I finally took the leap!
Do you dream of staying at home with your kids while building a business you’re passionate about? I’m sharing openly about how I Earned $1687 from Home in March. Be encouraged! You can earn an income from home and spend more time with your kids, too!
I’m so excited to reveal my $79 Budget Living Room Makeover Before and After pictures along with 4 simple steps to do your own room makeover on a budget.
Today we’re going to do some digital decluttering! Try these 5 simple steps for How to overcome email overwhelm. This worked for me to go from 16,554 to almost inbox zero and stay there!
How Much Should You Budget for Groceries? Check out this grocery spending guideline to see how much you should be spending (and how much you could be saving) on groceries per month. Includes a chart to help you calculate your grocery spending based on family size, ages, and genders.
An in-depth look at How to Pay Off Debt Fast with a Low Income (from a frugal mom who has actually done it!)
You’ll learn how to get out of debt even if you don’t think it’s possible, make a better budget, save money even when you’re already living frugally, and find ways to earn extra money to throw at your debt. Plus, you’ll be inspired by more debt free stories of real families who are paying off their debt fast, even on a very tight budget.
Compare prices and save money on groceries with The Ultimate Natural and Organic Grocery Price List. This makes it easy to find the best prices on your favorite products at Costco, Vitacost, Amazon, Azure Standard, Thrive Market, and more!
Find out how you can cut your budget right now with this huge list of 97 Easy Ways to Save Money. This list includes simple money saving tips on everything from saving money on groceries to health care, kids stuff, utilities, transportation, gifts, entertainment, and more! Commit to adopting two or three of these money saving ideas each month. It really will add up over time!
Learn how to budget with mint with this step-by-step Mint budget tutorial. Make a budget and stick to it with this awesome free software and app!
Don’t don’t let these unexpected expenses bust your personal budget! From tax prep to car registration, plan ahead and stick to your budget at last!
As part of the Simplifying Life series, I’m sharing one tip that drastically simplified my life. You all know I am all about keeping it simple and making small changes that make a big impact! In this post I’m sharing my 1 essential tip for saving money on groceries, and how it has drastically simplified my grocery shopping routine. Plus, I’m sharing my actual grocery shopping list from November, so you can see exactly what this looks like put into action.
Wondering how much you should spend in each budget category? Here is a budget percentage breakdown comparing our real life monthly household budget, Dave Ramsey’s budget percentages, and the spending habits of the typical American. Plus, tips for making your own debt free budget plan.
The very first step for how to budget your money or save money is to find out what your current spending habits are. These budgeting tips will help you setup your budget categories and become your own budget analyst. Find out where all your money’s going, and get on your way to your personal finance goals.
Take the first step to financial peace right now with this proven plan! It’s an ultra quick and simple 4-step plan for how to achieve family financial freedom. Hint: I believe these 4 little steps are even more important than saving money or budgeting!
I’m finally sharing more about the month we spent only $170 on groceries. Plus, I’m including a 1-month meal plan and lots of tips so you can do it too!
Practical tips for going gluten free on a budget. I’ve been eating gluten free for about three years now, and here’s what I’ve learned about eating gluten free on a shoestring grocery budget.