I buy buckets on a regular basis and usually four or five at a time. I primarily only use them for mop water but when I need one, I can’t find one. My husband has a bad habit of swiping
I spend a lot of money at the grocery store. That’s because: We eat nearly all of our meals at home. My husband always takes his lunch and several snacks to work every day. My husband likes to eat and
I’m on a budget. I don’t have an unlimited amount of money to spend each week so I’ve learned that if I don’t plan ahead, my money gets spent where it shouldn’t and I can’t pay for things I should.
So you made your grocery list. You added it up. And it was $50 more than you budgeted. Uh oh. What now?! When that happens to me, as it does frequently, here’s what I do to get it where it
I’m a spender. There. I said it. I’m not one of those people who can walk through Walmart or Target and only buy what’s on my list. There are just so many cool things in those stores that I want
I’ve been keeping track of our finances in my planner for at least 10 years. I keep track of our personal finances and the finances for my husband’s small business. Most businesses wouldn’t be able to do this but ours
Have you ever needed to set money aside for a future payment but the only way you could think to do it was to physically take cash out of your account and stash it in a safe place until you
I can’t believe I’m even writing this, but Christmas is just around the corner! No, I don’t meant it’s next week or next month, but it’ll be here before you know it. And unless you have an unlimited budget, it’s
I hate paying a service charge for checking accounts or savings accounts. Absolutely HATE it. But the last two months I’ve paid what I consider a hefty service charge for one of my checking accounts – $25. Ouch! The first
If you haven’t read Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3, you might want to do that first. Stockpiling takes TIME! Once I realized that (thank you for reminding me, Elizabeth), I felt much less stressed about this grocery makeover process.