This post is sponsored by Allstate. All opinions are my own. When it comes to having a budget, creating the actual budget isn’t the hardest battle. Yes, taking the time to research and create a budget ist time-consuming. And, I do have a post
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This post is sponsored by Allstate. All opinions are my own. During the holidays it’s easy for spending to get out of control. Between gifts, decorations, and all the other little things (hello holiday-flavored coffee drinks), it adds up! Here are my suggestions of
About 2 years ago my husband and I were living with over $70k in debt. This debt was literally looming over us like a black cloud. We KNEW it was there but we didn’t really want to face it. It felt insurmountable and with
Babies are cute. Babies are also expensive. So, today I’m sharing my top hacks for saving money with a baby in the house. Don’t buy everything brand new. Honestly, I made this mistake myself when Miles was first born- (rookie mistake). The truth is
One of the most common questions I get about saving money, paying off debt, and creating a budget is for advice on how to prevent overspending. In a recent article by CNBC, they cited that millennials have about $42,000 in debt on average, and
Let’s start by rewinding to about 1-1/2 years ago. My husband and I had just moved into a new rental property and decided we wanted this to be our last rental. Next move, we’d buy our forever house. Oh, and we wanted to start
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