With a family of four living on one income, creating a budget is a necessity. Our family budget allows us to save thousands of dollars each year through couponing and more strategic money saving ideas like sharing a car, cutting my husband’s hair, and more. Below are all of my posts to help you save money for your family!
This post was sponsored by Procter and Gamble. The thoughts and opinions below are entirely my own. One of the ways we save money is by shopping at Sam’s Club. We get more for our money and I don’t need to shop as often! Right now, stop in for Sam’s Club Baby Month and find […]
Baby Jo is two years old and it’s almost her turn to experience potty training! She’s excited about these Doc McStuffins Pull-Ups at Family Dollar. We’re hoping that she handles potty training better than her big brother did. He turned it into a potty training disaster game…more about that after I tell you about a great deal. You […]
If you looked at your last 10 Google searches, how many of them were related to money? I remember when I first found out that I was pregnant with C. It was a huge surprise, we were in a new city, didn’t know anyone within a 5-hour radius, and had just started graduate school. My […]
Disclosure: This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #JustAddRotel #CollectiveBias Great Savings on RO*TEL at Walmart! Are you creating a big snacking spread for the Big Tournament? Looking for ways to spice up game day and save money at the same time? #JustAddRotel is the perfect […]
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This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #MyPicknSave #CollectiveBias When Hubster and I moved to Minnesota for graduate school, we never expected what was about to happen. I got pregnant immediately, became too ill for my graduate assistantship and had to withdraw from school. We […]