Budget Boss: 2018 Goals

Budget Boss: 2018 Goals It’s that time of year where we set resolutions and re-evaluate our goals.I am realizing that my theme will be the Budget Boss: 2018 Goals. Okay, let’s get honest no one really sets resolutions and keeps them. have you honestly met anyone who kept the resolution the entire year?! Because I […]

The Best Financial Advice

The Best Financial Advice The best financial advice I have received is actually a simple list, of 8 pieces that I have gathered from many different people. These people include; my family members, researchers, and other bloggers/authors. While some I have found from trial and error in my own financial endeavors. Pay yourself first Save […]

10 Ways To Save

10 Ways to Save American lifestyles have certainly changed over the years. The Millennial generation is the largest in debt EVER. Me being a millennial, I have lots of school loans that if I pay the minimum payment, will not be paid off until I am 45! That’s not including the other debt I have, […]

Top Budgeting Tip

Everyone wants to save money. There’s always something exciting that you’d like to add to your house, a sweet gadget to buy, or an awesome get-away vacation you’d love to go on. Saving money can set you free, but it can also pose a challenge and shackle you down for quite some time. As enjoyable […]

Simple Banana Bread

This morning as I was just waking up to the comforting sounds of hearing my dog barking to be let out at 7am, I thought “Okay just another normal day”. I’ll get up grab a some fruit, get the dog outside go for a walk. Come back in make coffee and drink it while a […]

What Dad Really Wants For Father’s Day

With Father’s Day approaching, I have asked a few cool dads to share with me their favorite Father’s Day gifts. I also asked them what dad really wants this year! The results were actually a bit surprising. Don’y worry I only put the Frugal Living Approved answers here 🙂 1. DIY Craft From Kids Nothing says […]

13 Frugal Tips for Road Trips

Road trips are a great way to have a little time away from home without breaking the bank. With a little bit of planning and research, you can make your road trips even more frugal by learning some tricks to save $$$ on gas, food, entertainment, and accommodations. I went to college pretty far from […]

Frugal Friendly Chili

Frugal Friendly Chili Who Doesn’t love a good crock-pot full of chili and Budget Friendly Chili at that?! Just because you are living the frugal life doesn’t mean you can’t indulge in some comfort food. In-fact, most of the comfort foods are budget friendly meals! SO most of the staples for this I already had on […]

Ditching The Credit Cards; Lock them Away

Part of my debt free journey is learning about my credit score and keeping it at a steady rate. A lot has been learned through the process. I wanted to share with you, my reasons for “Ditching” the credit cards. What I really mean is to hide the cards, lock them away and use them rarely or […]