If you are looking to make a bit of extra money but don’t have time to commit to a job (or a second job if you are already working) you may not have to look further than your own home. You may be surprised at how much extra money can be found just by decluttering your house.
Budgeting is probably not your favorite thing in the world but it’s one of those things that just has to be done . . . and when done well, it makes our life so much simpler. This printable monthly budget worksheet can help you get your budget under control. Once you do that, you can start saving towards some fun goals!
I gave up on toxic cleaning products years ago when my second son was diagnosed with asthma. Switching to more natural solutions has made such a difference for all of us so I’ll never go back. I love how many great natural cleaning products there are now and one of my current favorites is Mrs. Meyer’s. Have you smelled any of their products? They smell amazing! I’ve been using their lavender dish soap and it makes me happy every time I do the dishes.
I love it when I come across great deals that not only save you guys time and money but help you make your home a healthier place at the same time. That’s why I can’t wait to tell you about ePantry’s amazing Mrs. Meyer’s Cleaning Kit offer and share how you can take advantage of it, for free. FREE!
We all know that money can’t buy happiness but it sure can cause a lot of stress if you don’t have any! No matter what your financial situation, every family should have an emergency fund and most financial experts agree that you should start with a minimum of $1,000 to get you started.
If you have read Dave Ramsey’s Total Money Makeover (Totally recommend it by the way. I’ve read it several times and it has completely changed my outlook on money), he strongly emphasizes starting with a $1,000 emergency fund.
Money may not buy happiness but not managing your money well can certainly bring you a lot of extra stress. With the new year just around the corner, most of you are probably looking at making fitness related resolutions. Losing that 10 pounds is definitely on my list of resolutions but I’m going to be flexing my financial muscles a bit too. Be kind to yourself