There’s not always a lot of extra time in my schedule as a new, working mom, but one thing that I try to consistently make time for is cleaning and organizing the house.
If you’ve followed along with my blog posts, you’d know that one of my favorite things to do is travel, and I find it even more rewarding when I can do it well within my budget. Having a baby hasn’t changed that, and we’re excited to be planning our first vacation as a family of three!
We might have a new baby at home, but we still very much enjoy going out to eat on occasion (especially when I’m too exhausted to even THINK about cooking something). A trend I’ve been noticing in a lot of the new restaurants in town is that they’re cash-only.
We all know how important it is to save money, but how do you become a successful saver? Now that we’re a family of three, saving for the future, as well as any unexpected events or emergencies, is more important to me than ever!
The signs are slowly starting to appear: the sun hangs around a little longer every day, the breeze is a little warmer, and the plants are looking a little greener… summer is on its way! We still have some time before it’s in full swing, so that makes now the perfect time to prepare your budget for any extra spending you might be doing in the next few months.
With a new baby at home, it can be tough for us to find time to spend together as a couple. With additional expenses that come with having a baby, it can be even tougher to fit a night out into our budget.
Mother’s Day is coming up this Sunday. Have you planned anything special? I’m so excited to be celebrating for the first time this year! Like many holidays, you can celebrate without spending a small fortune and still brighten your mom’s day.
It’s no secret that adding a new member to your family can be a bit costly, and I’m here to tell you that I’ve learned firsthand just how true this can be. However, with a little planning and some smart shopping, you can get your budget ready for a baby and minimize the impact he or she will have on your bank account, and your new life as a family in general.
It s never too early to develop a healthy relationship with money.
Staying healthy and getting fit doesn’t have to cost a fortune.