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Yelling and hurt feelings unfortunately might be a sign that you are in the middle of talking about money with your spouse. If this is your situation, then you are probably feeling hopeless about ever reaching any sort of financial freedom.
One of the top questions I get asked on a daily basis is “how do I get my spouse on board with budgeting?”
This first time home buyer process is no joke! This month marks the 12th month that we have officially been on the house hunt. Well… this is our second time house hunting since we have been married. But you get what I mean!
A lot has changed over the last year of our house hunt. The location where we are house hunting. Our priorities for the home have changed. Most importantly, our budget has changed. We have learned a lot about being a first time home buyer!
Thanks so much to Annabelle from the blog Wunderlabel for sharing all her holiday shopping money savings tips with us!
Tis the season and that means it’s time to give gifts to all your family and friends. However, that ache in your wallet can be relieved a bit when it comes to buying presents and preparing.
Before you get your bows and tags out, there are some holiday shopping money savings tips that we have for you save the very most money this season! In this article, make sure to give every tip serious consideration. It’s the little changes to spending habits that make a big impact on your wallet.
What does debt free living look like? What does it take to live a debt free life?
A few weeks when I was attending FinCon (financial influencers conference… sounds boring but it was actually super fun!), I had the opportunity to sit down with Sarah from Budget Girl and ask her five money questions!
The key to keeping a budget that you can actually stick to, is to keep it evolving with your family. As much as I’m sure you would love to “set it and forget it”, that’s just not realistic. But the good news is that updating your budget is not hard at all! That’s what I am showing you in this month’s budget update!
We have some major changes coming up in relation to our family finances! As in, we hopefully will be buying a house!!! Fingers crossed! Be sure to keep up to date on our house hunt updates and to get all the details in real-time by following me on Instagram.
This new change will increase our “rent” from $1,200 a month to just around $2,800 a month. Super crazy!
The first time home buyer process is no joke! At the time of recording of this house hunt update, it has been about seven months since we started looking to buy our first home.
Though the process is going slow for us (because we have high goals in a challenging market!), we are learning a lot about a bunch of different programs. In today’s first time home buyer house hunt update, I explain how a FHA 203k loan can help pay the costs of remodeling.
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Remember when you were a kid and the biggest purchase you had to worry about was which candy bar you were going to invest your dollar in? That one decision could take you a long time! The same thing happens as adults. We can end up being stuck on deciding between different brands but the purchase price is a tad bit higher!
There are a few big purchase items that are necessities when it comes to furnishing your home. You can’t really live without a fridge, you could possibly make due without a washing machine or dishwasher, and a mattress is probably one of those items you can’t live without.