Let’s talk about kids and chores. My three kids, ages 8, 10 and 12, have been using this chore chart for the better part of a year now and it’s really worked well for us. I think our new system catches the balance of doing work because you’re part of the family, but also giving… Read More Kids printable chore chart
I’ve got five DIY household product recipes that will save money and use more natural ingredients! My favorite product on the list is probably the laundry detergent, which for an investment of about $15 yields hundreds of loads at only pennies a piece. Oh, and I love the citrus foaming hand soap as well! Ok,… Read More DIY detergent, foam soap, sanitizer & bug spray!
Here are my incomes streams that have flipped and even more that have flopped! Earning a living from blogging and other “passive” incomes is a slow game. Some things work, others fall (very, very) flat. I’ve begun a few new attempts at passive income recently, so I thought I’d share with you some of my… Read More My passive income fails
To stay on budget this month I challenged myself to come up with 10 days of meals for our family with only $100 and the few things in our pantry and freezer. I hope this gives you ideas for cheap meals and how to stretch that grocery budget farther. Turns out I only spent $76!… Read More $100 groceries for 10 days
I’m so excited to share my brand new Ultimate Money Saving Planner with you! After 10 days of homework and worksheets, you will be spending less, have clear financial goals and finally start saving! It’s a comprehensive 36-page workbook chock-full of money-saving hacks on groceries, technology, cars, housing, cleaning, kids, beauty and entertainment. I have… Read More Ultimate Money Saving Planner
Today I am offering a free printable to help you see your own family needs over the next five years. If we break it down year by year, then we can evaluate what it will take to get there! I’m also sharing the budgeting app that’s helped us stick to our budget and a good… Read More 5 year budget plan printable
As people continue to stock up, it has become harder to find certain items. But I’ve got a few tricks up my sleeve: an easy way to limit toilet paper use, trick to double your gallon of milk, DIY sanitizer … I’ve been coming up with ways to make what we have last longer and… Read More 6 ways to make everyday products last longer
When my blog (finally) started making money this year, I decided to give away 20 percent of it. That’s over $4,000 this year that went to show God’s love to others! I want to be transparent about where the money goes because you’ve helped me earn it! By visiting my site, clicking on affiliate links… Read More 2019: Blog tithe money breakdown
Today my friend Sasha is sharing how she spends around $1650 a YEAR for whole food, plant-based groceries! She has an amazing assortment of grains and flours here and even gives us a vegetarian week menu plan as an example. She’s going to make you stop and think about how much you are spending on… Read More $1,650 a year for organic groceries!
Here’s my promise to you: This post on blogging is the most helpful, comprehensive, detailed, realistic, applicable, with the most free resources you have ever read. Sound good?! I’m also sharing exactly how much I make blogging part-time and how you can too. I have read probably 50 posts on “How I make money blogging”… Read More Definitive guide: How to start a blog and make money
I’m going to walk you through each room of my house and tell you how much I paid for the things in them! Now you’re going to see just how cheap I really am! My goal in this is to show you that you don’t have to pay a lot of money to have a… Read More VIDEO: A tour of my super frugal decor
This is the most comprehensive, complete guide to frugal living I have EVER done. It has all my secrets, tricks and ideas that you won’t find anywhere else. I’m going to surprise you, you’ll see. Read it now, bookmark it or pin it for later, because you need this one! Marcello and I have had… Read More 100+ ways to save money