We love to eat out, but when we started living on one income, we knew we had to cut way back on our out to eat spending. Here are some ways that we have cut back. Hopefully, it will inspire you to find ways to save money on going out to eat as well.
When looking for ways to save money, even little things like gift giving can make a difference. Gifts are important. They let others know that you care and they are special to you, but that doesn’t mean you have to spend a fortune. Here’s what I changed about our gift giving in order to save
Last week we celebrated Caleb’s first birthday. It was the first big party that we had in our home, and I had a lot of fun getting ready for it. Let me start out by saying that not everything went as I had planned… I never got around to creating a birthday wreath for the
Many couples believe that they have to wait to have children until they can afford them. But the truth is children don’t have to be expensive. This past year I have saved thousands of dollars on baby costs, and you can too! 1. Borrow Chances are you know someone who has recently had a
When we bought our house last year, I was so excited to finally get a dishwasher for the first time! But after using my dishwasher for a few months, my excitement started to wane because my dishes were not coming out clean. I was having to rewash half of the dishes. Ugh! After much trail
This past year I started making my own cleaning supplies. I started out by using a mixture of vinegar and water to clean the mirrors and windows in our home. Slowly, I have added several DIY cleaning supplies to my list. Laundry Soap I love this no-grate soap by Budget 101. If you have
Before becoming a SAHM, I wasn’t super concerned about sticking to a grocery budget, but now that we are living on one income, the budget is super important to keep. Last week I shared how I save by making more things from scratch. Today, I’m sharing 4 other ways that help me stick to the