It’s been about 8 months since B has been out of the military, and we’ve slowly been transitioning back into civilian life. There are always the big questions when getting out of the military, like where are you going to live now, and what you are going to do. After B was stationed in Chicago, almost 4 years ago, I started this blog to keep myself entertained while he was at work and I was living in a new place. Since having the blog, I’ve really loved being my own boss, and making my own hours. So when B got out, we decided to take some time off, and then figure out what our next steps are.
The New Year allows for a fresh start and when it comes to saving money that’s just what many of us need. The holidays are a time when many of us let loose and spend more than we meant to. That’s why New Year’s is a great time to make a resolution to start saving money. Whether you choose to do a no-spend month or commit to a savings plan, you can make New Year’s resolutions to help you save money.
I LOVE dollar stores! And the Dollar Tree is one of my favorites. There are tons of awesome deals you can get for just one dollar!
Some of these deals can help you save good amount of money, as opposed to buying it somewhere else, especially a convenience store. So next time you need to grab something quick, think of stopping by the dollar store to see what they offer. Here are some of the best deals you can find at the Dollar Tree…
Blogging is quickly becoming a more and more popular career choice, specifically among women and stay at home moms. It can be hard to make the transition from blogging for fun to trying to make money off of it. That’s the dream, right? Making money doing and writing about what you love. When it comes time to make the transition into monetizing your blog, it can be hard to figure out how to do that while still doing what you love, and not selling out.
Guest Post By: Maurine Anderson
Thinking of starting a photography business? I myself only do part-time professional photo work, but I know and have worked with quite a few full-time professional photographers. And over the years, I’ve gathered quite a few tips from them on the dos and don’ts of starting a photography business. Here are the best tips that I’ve seen, heard, and tried regarding starting a photography business.
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Spending Balance is Key to Household Money Management
Although it may seem overly complicated at times, effective personal financial management is actually a straightforward balancing act. As long as you remember your success relies on finding equilibrium and sticking to a well-balanced plan; your prospects are good for healthy cash flow and long-term stability. Consistently spend more than you earn, on the other hand, and your financial future could be marred by ongoing struggles.
We’ve all been there before (or at least we will all be there eventually)…
Time to Move!
Whether it’s a new season in your life because of, getting married, a new job, having kids, moving out of your parents, going to college, or just time for a change, the task of moving, can be extremely daunting. Are you buying a house, selling your old one, trying to find a great one for rent? We found a great company that can help ease the pain of the move.