It's week three of our no spend month. I must admit that during the middle of week two to now - it got hard. The first week and a half was a breeze. But some things have happened along the way, mostly mentally and emotionally. Though I won't be talking about any specifics here or on any … Continue reading Nothing Is Ever As Easy As It Seems.
It's the first day of my "No Spend" month. If you missed that post, check it out HERE. In that post, I go into specifics of spends that I plan to cut. You know, all those "little things" that add up. I've heard of people saying if you see something you want in the store, … Continue reading Ending on a High Note
How do you not spend money in a month? Well the answer is the obvious. You can't. So what do you do? I've seen "no spend" months around the internet world over the past year and did try to do a no spend week. It didn't work too well.Earlier this year, I cut Facebook and … Continue reading “No Spend” Month 
I turned a whole 31 years old this past Saturday. I took a break from blogging since it was my birthday "week;" plus I was sick. I did get this cute from my neighbor to brighten my day. My oldest gave me this soap from Whole Foods, with the help of dad, of course. I … Continue reading 31. + Decluttering My Closet
It has been 30 days since I deactivated Facebook. Well actually not entirely. I reactivated my account to sell some items on Facebook Marketplace. I posted some things for sale and for free to declutter some more of my physical space as well. I didn't download the app and have no intentions on download it. Marketplace … Continue reading Social Media “Detox” Recap
Lately I've been feeling like some people may have false idea of what Minimalism is; that it's extreme or you need to have money to be a Minimalist. As stated by The Minimalists themselves: "Minimalism is a tool to rid yourself of life’s excess in favor of focusing on what’s important—so you can find happiness, fulfillment, and … Continue reading Things I No Longer Buy
Going from one kid to three kids really sent us throw a whirlwind. Not only mentally but financially too. I had a ton of plans prepping for baby #2. But when we found out that I was having twins, all plans went out the door. I wasn't going to be able to work the way I … Continue reading Seven Ways We’ve Changed Our Spending Habits.