Is a Tiny House right for you? Have you seen all of the cool posts about tiny houses? They’re so functional! I’m very intrigued; however, I don’t think I could permanently live in a tiny house. Pros and Cons? Keep Reading!
Don’t pay for TV; watch free TV! As I sit watching my favorite TV shows with my husband, I’m thankful that we don’t pay for TV!
I hate having bills, especially recurring bills, so I avoid them by doing things like figuring out how to watch free TV! Obviously some things are hard to avoid, like cell phones, car insurance, and utility bills. And, if I can save money by paying monthly (some insurance plans give discounts for various payment options), I’ll do that…but if I can make a lump sum payment for the same price or less, that’s more my style! Keep Reading!
Ready to travel? You can travel on a budget and it doesn’t mean you have to go backpacking at hostels or sleep on trains!
I am often asked how I budget for all of my vacations. It’s not hard, it just takes some time to research travel options!
Step 1: Determine how much you can afford to set aside each month to put towards travel! (It’s okay if this amount changes month-to-month, just don’t spend it until you’ve earned it. For example: In January you might be able to afford to set aside $200 for travel, but in February you can afford $700. So if you take a trip in March, you can spend $800!) Keep Reading!