How to do a No Spend Month Challenge

How to do a No Spend Month Challenge

Have you tried a no spend month? A no spend month can be a great way to kick start the new year, or hit a financial goal you’ve been trying to reach. New to budgeting? A no spend month can help you realize just how 

3 Risk Factors for Financial Infidelity in Relationships

3 Risk Factors for Financial Infidelity in Relationships

Struggle to have difficult financial conversations with your spouse? Grab Dr. Brent Lacey’s free guide here to help you communicate and get on the same page. When you’re getting started on your budget or debt pay off plan, it’s important for you and your spouse 

How to use a Cash Envelope Budgeting System

How to use a Cash Envelope Budgeting System

If you’re new to budgeting and trying to make big changes in your money management, you may have heard of the cash envelope system. Your first thought is probably, “ugh, what a pain!” I know. It’s sooo much easier to swipe your card everywhere…but that’s 

Debt Free Journey Summer 2020 Update

Debt Free Journey Summer 2020 Update

Welcome to our Summer (June/July/August) 2020 debt free journey update! Don’t forget to check out our debt free journey on YouTube as well.  I’d love to see you over there! We are so crazy busy, but I wanted to finally get a debt-free journey update 

How to Stay Motivated when Paying Off Large Debt

How to Stay Motivated when Paying Off Large Debt

Congrats! You are ready to get out of debt! You made your budget, cut back on your lifestyle, and even got a side hustle. This girl is on fireeeeeeee! Then you decide to take your goal setting one step further, and calculate your debt free 

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: 

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 

How to Get Back on Track with your Debt Pay Off Plan

How to Get Back on Track with your Debt Pay Off Plan

Paying off debt is hard work! The thought of getting started can feel really overwhelming, and if you make a mistake, or have a bad money month, it can be difficult to get motivated to start again. Today I am coming at you guys with 

How to Budget Using the Every Dollar App (Video Tutorial)

How to Budget Using the Every Dollar App (Video Tutorial)

I’m really excited about today’s post and video, because I’m actually going to walk you through my process of getting ready for our budget meeting, and how to make a budget, using Dave Ramsey’s EveryDollar app. I’m going to get really fancy on you and 

Debt Free Journey May 2020 Update

Debt Free Journey May 2020 Update

Welcome to our May 2020 debt free journey update! Don’t forget to check out our debt free journey on YouTube as well.  I’d love to see you over there! In May, we continued to work hard at our side hustles (Amazon and Door Dash). We