Keep track of essential budget information in a financial notebook. Gives you a current snapshot of your entire finances!
As long as plastic grocery bags exist, we might as well get some extra use out of them! Here are some ideas to stretch the life of your plastic bag.
It’s totally possible to avoid a car loan. Here’s the trick to pay cash for your car!
This post may contain affiliate links. Read my full disclosure policy here. I used to think the Sunday paper was our only option to clipping coupons and saving money. Oh my, has that changed! Technology has made it possible for us to get coupons by email, phone, and reward cards. Weekly ads are now completely online […]
When it comes to teaching kids about saving money, I can only take you so far. So I approached Trisha from Finances with Funk about writing a guest post for me, and I think she picked a great topic. You will appreciate her advice! So you pinch your pennies and have decided that you want […]
This post may contain affiliate links. Read my full disclosure policy here. This giveaway is now closed. Congrats to the winner, Brandy R! Creative Savings is celebrating it’s 1 year anniversary, and what better way to party than with an entire week of giveaways? You’ll have the chance to enter not just one, but five. There’s no way […]
Usually when something rips or tears, it’s automatic trash time, but I’d rather think of it as how-can-I-fix-it time. I may not awesome with the sewing machine, but I do know how to mend a rip or hole, particularly where the seams meet. These last few months I have been staring at my beautiful pillows on the […]
One of the big decisions Joseph and I made when we moved was to cut our cable bill. Now, you wouldn’t think it would hurt too awfully much, but then again, not everyone’s husband was working for the news end of a cable company. Translation: We had free cable, internet, DVR, and all the […]
We’ve all done it – grabbed a larger stack of napkins at the coffee shop or fast food joint than we meant to. Now we either have to use them up, or throw away the rest. I suggest you save them. Disposable paper goods cost a lot of money over time, and the messier […]