Disclaimer: I use affiliate links of products I love and use! I’m also an Amazon affiliate and use their links! Ok, so if you have been following along on my debt free living series, you saw last week I promised to tell you how we keep our living expenses LOW! And I’m here to do that today😀 But first, you
The past few weeks I’ve started a new series called Debt Free on a Dime. You can read Debt Free on a Dime Part #1 & Part #2 to catch up on how we started our debt free living journey! But today I’m going to tell you how we actually we’re able to build a home DEBT FREE! God gave
So, this is a continuation of my previous post on becoming Debt Free on a Dime which you can read HERE. There is where I tell you where we came from in our financial journey! Now, down to the good stuff, how did we get debt free? Read on to find out! Debt free, one step at a time… Short
disclaimer: I use affiliate links & am an Amazon affiliate of products I love & use 🙂 I will be the first to say I am not a perfect money manager by any means, but we have had some successes that I am very thankful for! One of those is becoming debt free at an earlier time in our marriage.
I don’t know about you but if I’m not super careful my grocery budget spirals out of control! We have a family of 6 and my kids eat ALOT! So, what’s a momma to do? Read on to find out how I make tasty $5 meals for our larger than average family! $5 Meal #1 Strategy I’ll be upfront here.
Oh homeschooling is just outta my price range! Look at all the expensive curriculum I have to buy. And all the supplies! Yikes! Don’t stress Mama, here are 5 Thrifty Ways to Homeschool! Thrifty Way to Homeschool #1 Follow a homeschooling style that doesn’t require expensive supplies or curriculum! This one is HUGE! You aren’t a public school and you
It’s already started where I live. The stores are absolutely full of Christmas advertising and I can assure you, they are not your friend when it comes to a thrifty lifestyle this year! Tip #1. Stay out of stores! Oh this is a huge one for staying thrifty around the holidays! The stores are headed for one thing and
I hear people saying All.The.Time. I can’t afford to homeschool. It’s so expensive! Now, we have 4 young children that we raise on one very modest income. We also successfully homeschool on that income. In my humble opinion kids aren’t expensive, it’s the things we think kids have to have that are so expensive and… drumroll please.. ???????????? government school!
It’s almost that time of year again! The time of year that either brings joy or dread in your heart! It’s Christmas time of course! The most expensive time of the year more often than the most wonderful time of the year unfortunately ???? Need some help navigating the landmines of overcharged cards & gift regrets? I’m here to
So, I’m going to be doing something new here! I’ve decided to take a section of my current blog and make a new part devoted solely to what I’m going to call “Thrifty Homeschool Mama Tips & Tricks from the Trenches of Motherhood, Homeschooling & Thrifty Living on One Income”. My plan is to address budget challenges that are specific