I am challenging myself to a minimalist budget for 2022, mostly because we are finally getting settled into our new home and our new routine.
We had several financial struggles and wins in 2020, which was a rough year in several respects. The pandemic hit in January, and many of us were economically impacted by all of the subsequent lockdowns and restrictions.
Even though we are still in the middle of our Save in September Challenge, we can still have fun and enjoy the Fall season with some free and low-cost Fall activities.
We’ve been able to really dig deep, look around and find some ways to save money on baby gear to help save us money on our baby boy, who is coming in three very short months!
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Our first 12 months of our debt-free journey have been more about security and laying down a firm financial foundation so that we can be set up for whatever comes our way.
What people don’t really talk about when they discuss paying off debt with “gazelle intensity”, is that your life basically needs to be put on hold for the years that it takes to get to that point. This is easier…
Times are tough and money is tight, so I have come up with a list of 5 concrete ways to never pay full price for anything, ever!
Mark and I our on our debt-free journey! If you missed the last couple of articles, we have over $100,000 in student loan debt between the two of us, not including a mortgage that we want to get paid off…
Three months ago, Mark and I made the decision to start our debt-free journey in earnest. It was the best decision we have ever made.