This is our basic “bare bones” budget showing how we live on less than $1500 a month. Like I said earlier, we usually make extra money each month. If we do, we decide how we want to spend or save it. I hope our budget might give you a little hope or inspiration if you’re trying to live on less.
By doing the laundry all in one day, I have a chore that is done. I don’t have to think about it or do anything until next week’s laundry day.
Today I’m over at Erin’s blog, A Welder’s Wife, answering questions about minimalism and simple living.
I exercise 6 days a week on average! From home! No gym membership even. I’m sharing my super simple 20 minute daily workout routine.
I’ve been thinking of a few things that I can’t live without. Now of course, these are just things that make my “first world” life extra wonderful and they are not necessary to my survival. Kind of 🙂
It takes hard work and planning to make your dreams a reality. I don’t want to be sitting around wishing something good would happen to me when I could be out making sure it does! I want to live on purpose!
Sometimes you find a quote that is exactly what you need to read at this moment in your life. It can inspire you to keep going, remind you of what is really important, or just describe what’s going on in your life better than you can.
We set aside money every month for multiple different bills and expenses that don’t necessarily happen every month. This helps to keep our budget pretty much the same from month to month.
I like to cook and I definitely LOVE to eat, but we often find ourselves eating the same meals monthly, if not weekly. And I’m totally OK with that! Simple meals that are decently healthy and we love to eat… Why not eat it again and again? So I wanted to share a list of […]
When life is hard and you’re having trouble staying positive, it’s time to step back and make sure you are taking care of yourself. I’ve been having a hard time staying positive lately, so I made this list: