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The 2018 Family – Financial – Blog Goals List

The 2018 Family – Financial – Blog Goals List

I didn’t procure any solid goals for us in 2017. I am not the type to write out any clear goals but there are definitely more things going on in my life today than 1 year ago. I’m glad I wrote out this goals post […]

9 ‘Nails In The Coffin’ To Avoid For The Living

9 ‘Nails In The Coffin’ To Avoid For The Living

Bad debt can be notoriously hard to get out from under. Debt can bury you 6 feet under and it’s 100% legal after you signed on that dotted line. Getting out of debt can be a struggle. Unexpected expenses arise, temptation persisted by examples of […]

3 Signs When Frugality Isn’t Worth It & What To Do

3 Signs When Frugality Isn’t Worth It & What To Do

✏️ Announcement! One of my goals for 2018 is to try my hand at making extra income from home. I will give you practical and honest ways on how to make more money. I’m doing this as an experiment for 2 friends and decided that I should […]

6 Frugal Wins & 3 Frugal Fails – November 2017

6 Frugal Wins & 3 Frugal Fails – November 2017

[This post may contain affiliate links at no additional cost to you. Please read my disclosures for more info.] Oh, what an eventful month. Usually, it takes me 2 months to gather up eventful frugal wins and fails but we’ve got something in just a month already! […]

Nov 2017 Family Income Report – Double Comma Club, Baby!

Nov 2017 Family Income Report – Double Comma Club, Baby!

This was a very frugal month for us as we entered our first foray into the double comma club. Our actual living expenses were $595 this month which is really low even for our standards for a family of 3. My side hustle alone this […]

Nov 2017 – 7th Month Blog Report – Growing Comforts

Nov 2017 – 7th Month Blog Report – Growing Comforts

[This post may contain affiliate links at no additional cost to you. Please read my disclosures for more info.] Hello, I’m on time with my blog update this time! Things are going. Last month was just too good to set as a proper baseline. This month was […]

Why ‘The Millionaire Next Door’ is a Myth to Most Millennials

Why ‘The Millionaire Next Door’ is a Myth to Most Millennials

Oh, I hate November. Everything this month has been some sort of awkward realization paired together with the crazy philosophizing following that realization. I can still use being young as an excuse, right? That’s one of the perks of having an online blog journal. You can […]

What Writer Burnout Feels Like & How I Deal With It

What Writer Burnout Feels Like & How I Deal With It

Blogger Problems #001 October was an amazing month for me, I had over 28,000 page views and lots of blogger love. Last month, my blog sister told me she was going through a blog burnout. I was wondering where my burnout was because we started around the same […]