Changing your approach to debt.

Spring is here!

Life never seems to get any less crazy around here, so I thought I'd take a little bit of time to update on how we're doing and what's in the works. Not entirely sure if I'll ever get back into a regular cadence, but I sure hope so! So everyone is back in school, that… Continue reading Spring is here!

Changing your approach to debt.

Update

Hello! I thought I'd stop in and give an update, and I apologize in advance if I ramble as things have been a bit crazy ( as per usual). Our January no spend, no screen month went well! We did experience a bit of a backslide on both aspects because we all were sick at… Continue reading Update

Changing your approach to debt. · State of the Frugal Union

Where have we been? Where are we going?

Hello frugal friends! I'm back! It's been wild these past few months with the roof and Christmas and life. January is here and we're diving in head first. I'm holding off on a frugal state of the union for the next little bit until after the tax returns come in and we have a better… Continue reading Where have we been? Where are we going?

Changing your approach to debt.

Staying Motivated on Your Journey to Being Debt Free.

We're about 5 months into our journey toward being debt free and I'm starting to feel it. The excitement is wearing off, the numbers don't seem to be moving nearly as fast as I'd like them to and I'm tired!  So what can you (I) do to stay motivated? Here are my top 5. I… Continue reading Staying Motivated on Your Journey to Being Debt Free.

Changing your approach to debt.

Saying no to wants and yes to needs.

I am a planner of epic proportion. I make lists and add items to my lists just so that I can cross them off. This benefits our family MOST of the time. However, it also gives me a sense of urgency when I see something on sale. I MUST BUY THE THING! The thing will… Continue reading Saying no to wants and yes to needs.