One of the biggest budget busters is going out to eat. The more you eat at home, the more money you save, and it also is much healthier. You get to decide how a meal is prepared and what goes into it. Most likely, you know you should eat at home more often, but actually
If you shop the standard maternity stores during pregnancy, you know that you can easily blow hundreds of dollars on only a handful of outfits. It’s crazy! During my first pregnancy, I really didn’t know where to look for clothes other than the standard maternity stores. All of the clothes I purchased the first time
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 Grocery Pickup 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
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