There are some people who love budgeting, and then, there are those of us who totally don’t. If you find that budgeting is a struggle and you’re not excited about tracking your expenses, you might be wondering how you could learn to love your budget. We’ve got some tips for you! Address your
This is a great post from contributor, Zina. I’ve moved across the country 3 times and wish I’d had this guide to help me plan better! A week ago, I moved 1,000 miles to Denver, Colorado, along with my husband, dog and a friend of ours. We decided to move to Denver more than
I’m a veteran of frugality- when I started this blog in 2011, I was a broke graduate student in a new part of the country and my financial situation changed dramatically overnight. To survive my first year in Chicago, I had to live off of $800 of income a month and sometimes, it wasn’t pretty.
Frugality sometimes gets a bad rap, and I can’t say I blame folks that cringe when they hear the word. For some, frugality culls images of extreme couponers, hoarding masses of tomato paste they’ll never use in every nook and cranny of their house or the frugal couponer who feeds her family on $100
There you have it, I’m a frugality blogger and I suck at budgeting. I sat down this week to set up my first budget in nearly two years (I’ll get into why I had a lapse-in-budget in a bit) and man, it was stupid hard, even for me. I’m really thankful to everyone that