Did you know that groceries and food is on average the first highest line item in a person’s budget? Here are some of my favorite kitchen products that save me money, reduce food waste, and help the environment!
Managing and getting the most out of your money is so important. Today I’m sharing the top 5 apps for managing your money in 2020!
We are already halfway through 2020. Part of me feels like this is the longest year ever and the other part feels like we just went into quarantine 2 weeks ago.
Are you wanting a new weekly meal plan? Or maybe it’s your first time ever using a meal plan? Either way, you are in luck! I’ve created a FREE 7-day meal plan!
Do you ever feel overwhelmed with what to make for dinner? You are making the same meals over and over again. Your kids are sick of them, you are sick of them. You just don’t have time to plan anything and don’t have the energy to even think about it.
When most people think about improving their finances they think BIG ticket items like saving for retirement, investing, paying cash for a car… things that will take years to accomplish. All of those are very important and great goals, there are also a lot of small ways that add up BIG to help you hit your finances faster. Today I’m sharing 5 things that you can do to improve your finances, 5 things that you can check off your to do list in 1 hour!
If you have a father or father in law like mine who has everything, this is the perfect gift guide! Today, I’m sharing unique gifts for this Father’s Day!
Shopping around for insurance is never a fun time. Either you’re calling agency after agency hoping to find the best rate or spending time filling out paperwork for brokers.
That’s where Gabi is changing the insurance buying game. Acting as your personal broker, Gabi looks at your policy and gets you instant insurance quotes with almost no waiting. It’s time to look at the insurance industry differently!
The first step of the Dave Ramsey Wealth Building Plan is Baby Step 1. This step is saving $1,000 as quickly as you can for your ‘starter’ emergency fund. Baby Step 1 assumes that you have cut up all of your credit cards, so you are solely relying on a cash emergency fund. The minimal savings amount of $1,000 is to light a proverbial fire under your butt.