Month: January 2017

Get Fit For Free

If losing weight or getting healthier is on your to-do list or if you’re already on the path to fitness, you might just love some of these free or frugal fitness motivations. Because getting fit shouldn’t depend on your bank account. (more…)

Make Money Grocery Shopping

Food is a huge part of a family’s budget. And the choices we make impact our budget and our children’s health. I use a combination of (1) planning, (2) printing coupons and (3) cashing in on rebates and rewards to save what I can without compromising smart food choices or over-buying. (more…)

Custom Front Door Wreath For Less Than $30

I had so much fun making Christmas wreaths for my kids’ teachers that I decided to do one that I can put on my front door.

My main motivation for making my own is that buying them from a store is very pricey. This one (below) is my Christmas wreath that I bought at Michaels a few years ago. The only way I could afford it was to buy it in the after-holiday clearance and it was STILL about $30!

So I was happy to discover that I could make a brand new custom wreath that fits my house and my style for less than $30. (more…)

Declutter For Cash

I seem to always start each new year feeling a little scattered and overwhelmed. Just finishing up a glutinous holiday season means toys overflowing, laundry piled up, extra pounds and clutter, clutter, clutter. Before I can move on and start the year mentally.. I need to declutter physically. (more…)