Creating a savings is difficult, especially if you’re already struggling to pay all your bills. You may believe that if you have access to a significant amount of open credit, you don’t really need to build up a savings or emergency fund. But if disaster should hit and you’re forced to put thousands of dollars […]
Dr. Seuss may seem like a cliche party idea, but when Target has a bunch of Dr. Seuss goodies in their dollar bin, what’s a thrifty guardian to do?! So in July of last year, my daughter’s 2nd birthday theme was settled….7 months in advance. Yay for being prepared! My daughter turned two this past […]
Growing a garden on a budget seems a bit “duh”, doesn’t it? Isn’t gardening an automatic money-saver, grow your own produce and all that? Well, not always…
If you’ve read some of my earlier posts, you know we typically spend between $75-$100 on food every week. I’ve been working on ways to cut that down even further because…. DUN! DUN! DUN…… I’m quitting my job. Effective as of earlier today, I am on my way out of the “corporate” world and my […]
Final part to the $10K Series – How I Paid Off $10,000 of debt in 2 months!
How I Paid Off $10,000 in Debt in Only Two Months (Part Five in the $10K Series)
Step Four to paying off $10,000 in just a couple months!
Step Three to paying off $10,000 in just a couple months!
Step Two to paying off $10,000 in just a couple months!
Step One to paying off $10,000 in just a couple months!