We’ve had to come up with some creative ways to save on prescriptions because we haven’t had insurance or we’ve had a really high deductible.
Food is a huge chunk of everyone’s budget. It’s also a variable expense (you have some control over it) unlike a mortgage or car payment which are the same amount every month. So, of course, if you’re looking to save some money, food expenses are the first place to start!
Isn’t it so interesting to see what people spend their money on? One of my favorite places to shop is Sam’s Club. First, they have the little restaurant area where you can get a giant piece of pizza and a drink for, like, $2. You really can’t beat that kind of a deal. Plus, you […]
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.
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!
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.
We want to show that we care with a thoughtful gift, but we just don’t have much to spend. What gifts can you get for $15 dollars or less that someone will actually want?
The first year we were together, we lived below the poverty line. Throughout this whole period we got married (very inexpensively), payed off our debts, and survived off of his income.
Some of my coworkers have already done their taxes! Man, they’re on the ball! I usually do ours well before the deadline (we always use TurboTax), but now I’m feeling inspired to get on it. There’s really no reason to wait. I think I have all of the paperwork that I need. Anyways, around the […]
My parents set a good example for me financially (for which I am incredibly grateful). I remember my mom pulling out a special black binder every month that had all of their ledger sheets in it where they would track their spending and bills. And of course, being organizationally obsessed, I was fascinated. I would […]