We Are Debt Free!!!

My hubby and I have always been cost conscious. We bought our home way under the amount we were approved for. We purchased most of our cars with cash. And when we did finance our van, we bought it for $16,000 with $4,000 down payment and a 2% interest rate, knowing we were going to... Continue Reading →

How to Afford Supplements on a Tight Budget

One of my biggest spending weakness, besides books, are supplements.  I am a tired mamma- so anything that promises more energy sounds alluring. Being a health nut at heart and a wanna-be herbalist, I do have to say that I love learning about supplementation. In many ways, I have seen supplements improve my life and... Continue Reading →

Meal Planning Made Easy

I honestly don't like meal planning. It saves me a ton of money. It is what prevents me from going crazy around dinner so I do it but I don't like it. It kind of stresses me out, looking through the ads, flipping through my cookbooks, finding the time to actually sit down to think... Continue Reading →

How I Feed 6 People Healthy Food for $500 a month!

Yes! That's right! You can actually eat really healthy for really cheap! When I was looking online to find grocery tips, I kept coming across sites that were certainly extremely frugal but were lacking severely in the nutrition department. What's the point of saving on groceries when my family keeps getting sick due to processed... Continue Reading →

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