budget | parenting | pregnancy

Guest Post: Top Tips for Thrifty Moms-To-Be

I am so happy and excited to feature this post by Emily Graham. You can find this budget-friendly article and plenty of other wonderful content on financial wellness at mightymoms.net. When you’re expecting a new addition, it’s natural to want to splurge on every little thing for your bundle of joy.  However, the last thing you […]

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Financial Wellness: Paying Debt

To proceed from my financial wellness post from yesterday, I want to share a simple formula for applying your excess spending and paying debt or adding to savings. After finding the excess in your budget and really allocating it out, the quickest way to pay off debt is to stack your outstanding debt from smallest to […]

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Budget Decluttering: 3 Simple Steps

Hello friends! Today I am going to share with you how to declutter your budget. This is a way to look clearly at your spending and My husband and I just took a look at ours at the beginning of the pandemic and found that we could easily save $500-600 a month just in our […]

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Financial Wellness: Tips to Reduce Stress

On this blog, I have talked about many facets of wellness. One component of wellness that I want to mention is financial wellness. I am aware that many people are dealing with additional financial stressors right now. I know first-hand how damaging financial stress can be, so I will share any and all tips I […]

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Tips for Eating Well on a Budget

I can’t write a post about marriage without following up with a post about money. Tax time is always fun. Of course, I’m saying this tongue-in-cheek. For me, each year is a humbling experience when tallying up our expenses. Taxes this year prompted me to do a major budget overhaul. Gus and I have some […]

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