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Category Archives: Budget
Let me be the first to tell you that I am no longer friends with “the Joneses.” Let them do what they want– I am establishing my own new “normal.” Continue reading
In our modern culture, we are trained to think that we are only having fun when we are spending money, and this mindset is very difficult to break, particularly during the holidays with all of its commercialism and materialism. Given how much that spending less goes against the grain these days, how do you fight the fatigue that frugality inevitably brings? Continue reading
It’s barely Saturday afternoon, and yet the badgering has already begun. I mentioned the other day on Facebook about how I have to rid our house of sales papers, lest anyone get any bright ideas on ways to spend money … Continue reading
In case that you did not notice it from my last post, I have been in a “financial funk” of sorts as of late. Well, it is mainly financial, but also spans beyond that to lifestyle. Part of that may … Continue reading
Yes, I know it is the last day of August, and no, I am not crazy to be asking a question this early about Christmas shopping. I do have a reason for it. Shopping lists used to be just a … Continue reading
Anyone can fall into debt– to think otherwise is to fool yourself and set up yourself up for a potential downfall. As people become more and more reliant on mortgages, car loans, credit cards, home equity lines of credits, student … Continue reading
Greetings, Live Simply, Live Thrifty, Live Savvy readers! How have you been faring in these warm temperatures across the country? Indeed, we are emerged into the dog days of summer, and this year, the temperatures are truly living up to … Continue reading