$110,000 of debt. That number may or may not come as a surprise to you, knowing that my husband & I are both only 23 years old. And no, that’s not all student loan debt! I didn’t even go to college. Well, I did – for 2 weeks, then I…View Post
How to save your money. My tips & tricks on how to best spend the money you’re willing to spend. I’m no expert, but I’ve navigated myself out of enough financial crises. I think I’ve learned a thing or two along the way!
While I’m a huge advocate for meal planning, and religiously do so myself, life isn’t one size fits all. Some people may not be able to stick to the meal plan, which results in extra trips to the store to pick up extra (out of budget) ingredients last minute. I…View Post
For my husband and I, saving is a huge priority. We’re in our early 20’s, own a home, and have a family already. There’s a lot that we need to be saving for. We have a strong budget set, and plenty of savings goals that we’re working toward. Oh, and…View Post
What is a zero based budget? A zero-based budget is a budget that runs on the principle of every dollar you earn having a purpose. Your income minus your expenses equals zero. It’s that easy. You bring in $3,000 a month? Every dollar of that $3,000 has a predetermined place to go. For…View Post
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