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.
One of your top priorities should be taking charge of your money.
I’m always on the search for a good deal, and I’ve found I’m more likely to stumble across better ones depending on where I shop. Target has been my go-to over the past few months for more reasons than I can count!
There’s just about one month left until taxes are due! Are you ready?
Since I work at a university, I still operate on a school-year schedule, and I tend to get anxious for a break this time of the year.
There are a ton of little ways you could be wasting money (some even every day) and you might not even realize it!
We only have about 4 weeks left until our new addition is expected to arrive, and I’d like to think we’re pretty well-prepared. As you could imagine, I’ve been doing a fair amount of shopping in order to get ready.