Want to be at home with your kids instead of away at work? This post will show you how to be a stay at home mom – without constantly struggling with money.
A frugal stay at home mom shares her best tips for budgeting and saving money – so you can stay at home with your kids instead of being away at work.
It can be a struggle when you can’t agree with your husband about what to spend your money on. Or when your husband doesn’t even want to discuss the budget at all. Try these 8 tips for how to get your spouse on the same page financially – you can have a positive relationship with each other and your money!
You can help your kids save for college and drastically reduce their student loan debt, even on a tight budget. I was amazed at how much we can help our kids save, even with only very small contributions to their college savings. Check it out!
Learn how to budget with mint with this step-by-step Mint budget tutorial. Make a budget and stick to it with this awesome free software and app!
Don’t don’t let these unexpected expenses bust your personal budget! From tax prep to car registration, plan ahead and stick to your budget at last!
Wondering how much you should spend in each budget category? Here is a budget percentage breakdown comparing our real life monthly household budget, Dave Ramsey’s budget percentages, and the spending habits of the typical American. Plus, tips for making your own debt free budget plan.
The very first step for how to budget your money or save money is to find out what your current spending habits are. These budgeting tips will help you setup your budget categories and become your own budget analyst. Find out where all your money’s going, and get on your way to your personal finance goals.
Tired of dipping into your savings or using credit to cover unexpected expenses? Instead, use this technique to get control of your finances and stay on budget at last!
Do you make these big budgeting mistakes? If you find yourself going over budget every month, I can almost guarantee you are. But there’s good news! Each of these budget blunders is VERY easy to fix, and I’ll show you how. Before you know it, you’ll be able to stick to a budget at last!