Shopping for kid’s clothes doesn’t have to a cost a ton of money. I’ve learned a few “tricks” over the past few years that have saved us a ton! By the way, I shared a new YouTube video of some of the deals I scored for our newborn baby. So check that out after
Okay, so let me get two things out of the way. 1) Walmart doesn’t know who I am, expect the pregnant lady who spilled her coffee and fell in front of the store, but that’s a whole other story! So this is in no way sponsored by them. 2) I LOVE Walmart Grocery Pick Up!
When we first transitioned into one income after having our son, I searched the internet for money saving tips. I tried so many different ways to save money based off of other people’s advice and experience. Some of it worked. Some of it didn’t. I made bread. My husband hated it. I made laundry detergent.
Next month is June. June! Can you believe it? While I get my head around the fact that this year is almost half way over, I’ve been coming up with some free and inexpensive ways to keep my soon-to-be-3 year old entertained this summer. I have found that he and I need a flexible schedule,
Saving money on the grocery bill doesn’t just happen at the store. There are things that I do on a regular basis after I get home from the store that save us money. Each of these habits takes a little extra work, but they are all worth it to me. 1. Package meat in
I had no idea how much money could be spent on fall activities until I became a parent! Costumes, candy, festivals, pumpkins, baking, parties, you name it! It all adds up pretty fast. I want to find ways to save because little savings here and there add up to big savings over all. Having fun
The other day, I returned some razors that I didn’t like. I could have throw them away instead of taking the time to get a refund. But I had paid $6 for those razors, and I certainly wouldn’t throw $6 in the trash! A couple of years ago, I wouldn’t have taken the time to