Ways to Stay Organized for Tax Season

Money Management

If you dread tax season every year, it’s time to change that narrative. There is no reason to be stressed, worried or dreading tax time each year. It’s not good for your mental health, or physical health, either, to be stressed out. The reason you probably feel this way is that you have not taken […]

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50/30/20 Budget Rule – Free Budget Spreadsheet

Money Management

When researching personal finance and how to manage your money the first step is always to create a budget.  In many cases, you are not shown exactly how to it. That is not the case today… In this post, you will get step by step instructions detailing how to create a budget. You can also […]

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50 Frugal Foods to Buy When You’re Broke

Frugal Living

When your money is tight you need to buy the cheapest foods while still feeding your family healthy meals. This list of frugal foods will help you do just that. Buying frugal foods and cooking frugal meals doesn’t mean you eating tasteless unhealthy meals. You’ll find it’s exactly the opposite. You’ll eat a healthier meal […]

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52 Week Money Challenge – Start A Year of Saving

Money Management

The new year is around the corner.  What better way to start it off then by starting a money saving challenge. The 52-week money challenge has been around for quite some time.  It’s a great structured way to start saving money. Related Post: How to Save Money When You’re Broke 52 Week Money Saving Challenge […]

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6 Apps You Should Be Using If You’re Broke

Money Management

If you are in the position where you feel like you are broke, you are not alone. Living paycheck to paycheck is a issue that 78% full-time workers in the U.S. alone struggle with. There is no shortages or strategies from financial pros and apps on the market that are designed to help you improve […]

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Dirt Cheap Meals – Feed Your Family on a Budget

Frugal Living

When money is tight your main focus turns to basic necessities. Feeding your family is at the top of that list. These dirt cheap meals will help you when your money is low. In the list below you’ll find cheap meal ideas that are great for large families or just a family of 2. These […]

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Ways to Stay Organized for Tax Season


Money Management

If you dread tax season every year, it’s time to change that narrative. There is no reason to be stressed, worried or dreading tax time each year. It’s not good for your mental health, or physical health, either, to be stressed out. The reason you probably feel this way is that you have not taken […]

January 23, 2020

2020 Valentine’s Day Gift’s For Kids


Parenting

Valentine’s Day is not just a time to show love to your sweetheart.  It’s a great time to spread love to your kids. Every year I find a unique and sometimes homemade gift to show my kids how much I love them.  Here are a few of my favorites for Valentine’s Day 2020. They are […]

January 17, 2020

5 Simple Ways to Increase Your Motivation


Wellness

Motivation is something that most of us take for granted.  We normally don’t think of motivation until we realize it’s missing.  You might have the desire to work out, declutter your home, or learn a new skill but we never seem to get started.  Sometimes we just need a little push to get started.  In this […]

January 16, 2020

How to Prioritize & Get Things Done in 2020


Wellness

Productivity or being productive is a major component of achieving your personal and professional goals. When contemplating why you might not be reaching your goals, you might be tempted to only focus on your motivation. Productivity is equally as important as being motivated. Focus, time management, and task management skills are all components of being […]

January 7, 2020

50 Frugal Foods to Buy When You’re Broke


Frugal Living

When your money is tight you need to buy the cheapest foods while still feeding your family healthy meals. This list of frugal foods will help you do just that. Buying frugal foods and cooking frugal meals doesn’t mean you eating tasteless unhealthy meals. You’ll find it’s exactly the opposite. You’ll eat a healthier meal […]

January 2, 2020

Why Postpartum Bodies Are (& Always Will Be) Beautiful


Wellness

We often talk, as a society, about the joys and unconditional love of motherhood and becoming a new mom (as well as the sleepless nights, of course…). But some of the things that nobody really mentions are the pressures and difficulties associated with postpartum bodies. At a time in our lives when we are at […]

December 20, 2019

50 Goals that Will Make You a Badass in 2020


Health

The new year is approaching and it’s time to start thinking about what you want to accomplish. Everyone has areas of their life that can use improvement. You’ll notice that I didn’t say new year’s resolutions.  Most new years resolutions are fleeting thoughts that don’t make it past January. Goals are actionable and there are […]

December 11, 2019

What Do I Want for Christmas – 2019 Gift Guide


Family

What do I want for Christmas? This is the most asked question during the holiday season. When your loved ones ask you this question do you know how to answer? On the flip side, our Christmas lists are filled with family and loved ones who you want to enjoy the gifts that you buy. So […]

November 19, 2019