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3 Types of Household Budgets + Real Life Budget Examples

Looking for a household budget that will work for your family? Here are three different types plus real life examples of each one.

I am a firm believer that there is no one right way to manage money.

We’re all in different stages of our life and we all have different personal preferences. What works for me might not work for you and vice-versa. That’s the way it should be.

You should experiment with your money management systems […]

Is Combining Finances a Good Idea?

Are you wondering if combining finances with your spouse is a good idea? Here are three compelling reasons why every married couple should have joint finances.

Just in case you didn’t know I got married a couple weeks ago!

It was something I had been thinking about for a while but wanted to feel one hundred percent confident about when I did. So I did it on a whim when I felt ready. Jamie and I went and bought a marriage […]

5 Things to Do Instead of Celebrating Valentine’s Day

Thinking of skipping over Valentine's Day? If so try one of these five things to keep you buys instead.

Valentine’s Day.

There’s one thing I now like about it and that’s decorating a Valentine’s box for my kindergartner to take to school. But giving your significant other gifts for a commercialized holiday? It feels so dirty.

I’ve always felt this way.

I’m not a girly girl to begin with. I don’t like flowers, I […]

Don’t Be Like Everyone Else

Sacrifice is not a bad word. Making sacrifices increases your self confidence, self discipline, and helps you reach your financial goals.

Don’t Be Like Everyone Else

The other day one of my close family members came over and saw my expense tracking worksheets laying on my kitchen table.

“I need to start doing that too” she said.

“Yeah I think you’d be completely surprised at just how much money you spend in certain areas.” I said […]

How to Eliminate Financial Stress by Getting One Month Ahead

Do you worry about money all the time? In order to eliminate financial stress you need to get at least one month ahead. Here's how to do it.

When you’re living paycheck to paycheck it’s so easy to become engulfed with financial stress. Trust me, I know what you’re going through. I’ve been there before.

But if you’re deliberate in your actions, the way you’re both earning and spending your money, then it is possible to get one month ahead and eliminate that […]