One of my top tips when on the hunt for a thrift store find, is to keep your eyes open for patterns and prints that you love. That was the case with this oversized women’s button up shirt.
As my sister and I walked through the aisles of clothing at our last thrift store hunt, this bright print caught my eye. I wasn’t exactly sure what I wanted to do with it, but the print yelled “spring” at me. So for $3, I snatched it up!
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It was a few weeks ago that I just about ran my car off the road (don’t worry, no one was harmed due to my excitement!) when I heard an advertisement come on the radio announcing that ALDI was coming to southern California!
There once was a day, a day before I really knew what a budget actually was, where I felt ready to slam-dunk my budget in the trashcan at the end of the month! I was SO over it! Sticking to a budget had become exhausting and I felt like I was living a very limited life. Have you ever felt like that?
Do you want to know the secret to avoiding budget burnout? When I say that I don’t get burnt out anymore, I am not lying! I want to share with you my secret so you can say the same thing!
The secret to avoiding budget burnout isn’t complicated and it’s actually going to make you very happy! The secret is to budget to have fun!
I have always wanted to be one of those people who have a specific spot for every little trinket that finds its way into my home. Those people know exactly how to organize everything and anything!
Are you one of those people? Can we please be friends? I need you to teach me your ways!
In the mean time, I am slowly conquering one small corner of my house at a time. With Dollar Tree near by, there is no excuse! They have SO many options when it comes to affordable organization supplies.
Let’s see… save for our first house, get some new clothes, save for an amazing vacation, or maybe go out on a really fun date night!
What would you do if you could drastically cut your spending?
Get planning because today you can start saving $500 a month with these 5 frugal habits.
Are you ready to stop making excuses and start learning how to save money today? Not tomorrow, not next year, but actually how to save money to-day!
I’m sure there is a long list of reasons as to why these five frugal habits shouldn’t work for our family. But guess what, instead of trying to justify my laziness, I put my head down, do a little extra work, and magically our family has figured out how to save money, even when there isn’t a lot of money coming in!
Yes, you can still save a lot of money with coupons! I know there are coupon haters out there who have a million excuses why couponing doesn’t work for them. Here is the bottom line, if you are looking for ways to cut spending, couponing is one way to SAVE HUNDREDS each month!
You can check out my article on Casual Couponing 101 to see how it only takes 15-30 minutes each week to literally save hundreds of dollars each month with couponing.
With that said, I don’t buy everything with coupons. Nope. But when I do use coupons, I save big time!
I did something today that I wish I had started years ago. I have officially organized the toys that were slowing suffocating my house! Guess what, it wasn’t hard and you can do it too!
Ahh! I can breath again!
Do you know that feeling I am talking about? Does it feel like your kid’s toys are creeping into every available space in your home? Oh. My. Goodness. I just couldn’t take it for a single second longer.
Chances are if you are reading this article you are a frugalista yourself. Am I right? Not sure if you classify?
You might be a frugalista if you get giddy about finding an awesome deal, can’t stand the thought of paying full price for something, or just overall want to save some money! If you want to live on a budget but still live a fabulous life with beautiful décor, cute clothes, and eat delicious food, all while paying less, you are a frugalista! Is that you? Maybe someone on your Christmas list this year?
Then this is the perfect gift guide for you! I am definitely a frugalista and this gift guide is exactly what I will be passing out to anyone who is wondering what to give me for Christmas this year. (You are welcome hubby!)