Why I Constantly Declutter & Why It Needs to Stop

I’m not gonna lie. Y’all, we had another coming to Jesus moment with our stuff. Why? Because there is too much. If you remember, in 2017 we decluttered and got rid of a TON of stuff. Like, fill an U-Haul ton of stuff. I thought, wow this is great! We’ll never have to do this again! WRONG. It’s as if we hadn’t been working on … Read moreWhy I Constantly Declutter & Why It Needs to Stop

How Our Baby Slept Through the Night After Just 3 Days of Sleep Training

Babies and children crave routine. I too crave routine as a structural person. When I first started staying home with Little Guy, we had a huge lack of routine. He also started eating solids and teething all at the same time which disrupted his sleep too. We were frustrated, exhausted parents. Little Guy would wake … Read moreHow Our Baby Slept Through the Night After Just 3 Days of Sleep Training

18 Things We Won’t Buy in 2019

Our goal for 2019 is to be less of a consumer and more of a frugal minimalist. In a world driven by consumerism, we want to contribute less to the ever growing need to not be bored. We want new clothes, new books, new cosmetics, new cars… new anything and everything. Our quest to be … Read more18 Things We Won’t Buy in 2019

4 Tips to Help You Declutter in 2019

So your New Year’s resolution is to declutter your home? You’ve come to the right place! I LOVE to declutter and organize. If you’re having trouble on where to start, you aren’t alone. So many folks love the idea of finally getting organized and doing away with the junk in their home but never do it because they are overwhelmed on where to start.

Winter Capsule Wardrobe Basics

Baby it’s cold outside! and I LOVE winter weather clothing. Leggings, fuzzy socks, chunky-knit sweaters… the thought of it all makes me want to curl up under a blanket with a book and a cup of coffee. Winter made its official appearance this year and with most people taking time off this holiday packed week, it’s a great time to pull out that winter gear. Winter is the best season for layering, but that doesn’t mean you need more in your wardrobe. This list will help you curate the perfect winter capsule wardrobe.

What Good Financial Habits You Learn from Being in Debt?

Being in debt is perhaps the best way of breaking bad financial habits. When you’re in debt, you realize what led you to this.
However, you should follow good financial habits even after being debt free.

Inexpensive Last Minute DIY Christmas Gift for the Teachers and Neighbors in Your Life

Need an easy gift for teachers and need it now? This sweet and quick gift will send teachers off to Christmas Break on a sugar high.

The Frugal Guide to Entertaining on a Budget

The Frugal Guide to Entertaining on a Budget

Can you believe it is the end of 2018?! What a year it has been! With the creeping approach of Christmas and New Years, friends and family gather more frequently for quality time together. All of this holiday entertaining can make quite an impact on your budget. What if it didn’t have to? What if you were able to spend less than $25 on an amazing evening together with friends and family?

How to Build a Frugal Pantry

How to Build a Frugal Pantry

Being frugal with your grocery budget and meal plan requires a lot of organization. Who has time to constantly shop for the foods your family most often eats? Building a frugal pantry with the staples your family loves is a must for the budget savvy. Several years ago, I was all about those convenience foods: … Read moreHow to Build a Frugal Pantry

DIY Memory Pillow from a Shirt

When a loved one passes, we cling on to the memories that we have of them. They live on in our hearts and memories. With a memory pillow, a small part of that person you loved can be added into your home. When my husband’s grandfather passed away in 2015, my mother-in-law held onto several … Read moreDIY Memory Pillow from a Shirt

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