Month: July 2020

Free Back to School Budget Planner + Budgeting Tips

Free Back to School Budget Planner + Budgeting Tips

Back to school season is here and I have a free back to school budget planner and some back to school budgeting tips to help you stay organized and stick to your budget this year. Even though we are all a little confused about how 

Cash Envelope Stuffing Tips

Cash Envelope Stuffing Tips

We just finished our October budget and we have a lot of little miscellaneous cash envelope categories this month. I thought it would be fun to show you guys what’s in our cash envelopes and how I am stuffing our cash envelopes for October. Read: 

Best School Supplies on Amazon

Best School Supplies on Amazon

Looking for the best school supplies on Amazon? The school year might look a tiny bit different this year, but one thing is for sure…your child will need school supplies! I did all of the research for you, and found some of the most adorable, 

Free Homeschool Printables and Resources for Beginners

Free Homeschool Printables and Resources for Beginners

Are you new to homeschooling or trying to decide if homeschool is right for your family? With all of the chaos and uncertainty of the upcoming school year, many parents are wondering if homeschooling is a better option. Free Back to School Budget Planner Send 

How to Organize a Small Pantry (on a budget)

How to Organize a Small Pantry (on a budget)

Are you looking for easy ways to organize a small pantry, without spending a lot of money or time? You are in the right place! Last summer, we moved from a 3,000 square foot home over into a 1,019 square foot house in order to 

5 Minute Red White and Blue Snack Idea

5 Minute Red White and Blue Snack Idea

I love a festive red, white, and blue snack idea to celebrate the 4th of July, Memorial Day, or any other themed summer event! I’m always short on time balancing work and kids, but I still like to throw something fun together for the kids 

Pitfalls of Taking Out a Student Loan

Pitfalls of Taking Out a Student Loan

Student loans are often presented to us as the “gold standard” path to success. If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you know I deeply regret borrowing hundreds of thousands of dollars to go to school. My student loan debt turned in to 

9 Easy Money Saving Challenge Ideas

9 Easy Money Saving Challenge Ideas

Saving money is hard y’all. I’m not here to lie to you.  Even if you make a great income, it can be difficult to stay on a budget and control your spending.  If you want to put money away to secure your future, you need 

Grilled Pineapple (Perfect for BBQ’s and Camping)!

Grilled Pineapple (Perfect for BBQ’s and Camping)!

Grilled pineapple is not only easy, but so delicious! Plus, when combined with hot sauce gives it an extra kick and makes the pineapple not-so-sweet.  Perfect to eat alone, as a side, or served as a yummy, not to mention, healthy, dessert! How To Make 

8 Back to School Organization Ideas

8 Back to School Organization Ideas

Do you struggle to stay organized during the school year? The back to school season will be here before we know it, and although it might look a little bit different this year, staying organized at school or at home will be very important to