Valentine’s Day is one of the most commercialized holidays of the year. Here is a list of 10 DIY Valentine’s Day gifts to save you money.
A no-spend challenge is a great opportunity to reconnect with your priorities, align your spending to your values & making every purchase a purposeful one.
Enjoy Christmas without spending a fortune! Use these 12 Days of Free Christmas Fun ideas with your family and kids to make memories and not debt.
Keep your Thanksgiving dinner stress free with these 5 money-saving tips to help you stick to your budget while still enjoying a great meal.
Budgeting during the holidays may make you feel like Scrooge, but with these savings tips you can still be jolly and generous without adding debt.
Ever ask yourself where all of your money went? If you’ve noticed your spending outpacing your income it’s possible you’ve been affected by lifestyle creep.
Cutting expenses and increasing your income are the most common ways to build your savings. But did you know there’s another? Learn to save when you spend!
I alluded to the idea of sinking funds in my post, Do You Really Need An Emergency Fund? but if you haven’t been budgeting for long, you may be wondering…
What Exactly Is a Sinking Fund?
I’ve been feeling pretty discouraged lately. It seems every time I look at our finances, things are moving in the wrong direction. We’ve been hit with one thing after another – car repairs, medical expenses, vet bills, more car repairs – it feels like it will never end.