It's that time of the year when Girl Scouts everywhere take to the streets to deliver those boxes of temptation to those who simply can't resist. For me, I absolutely adore both Tagalongs and Thin Mints, but eating the same old cookie can get a bit boring at times. That's why I love finding a … [Read More...]
Being a single parent is hard. In fact, it is one of the hardest things I've ever done in my life. While I no longer am a single parent, I still remember and carry with me the fear that I felt when I was. It is a deep seated fear that most people - unless they are or have been a single parent … [Read More...]
In case you haven't noticed, I am a big fan of upcycling anything that I possibly can. They can save so much money in your personal budget, plus, I get a kick out of finding a new use for something that someone else might simply see as trash. For me, upcycling has become a game. I have found ways to … [Read More...]
They say that good things come to those who wait and this homemade ketchup recipe is no different. We're not a huge ketchup loving family, but there are simply some foods, like your favorite meatloaf recipe or your favorite cheeseburger recipes that require ketchup. I'm not a big fan of anything … [Read More...]
Know what? Babies are expensive! If you've got a new tiny one, I'm more than sure I don't have to tell you that though! From the time we get pregnant, we spend money that we sometimes don't have on them and it only gets worse as they get older. By the time that they're in college, we've spent … [Read More...]
A while back, I had a conversation with a very good friend of mine on Facebook. She had shared a status that I wholeheartedly disagreed with and a short, but respectful debate followed. The status that she had shared - while I'm sure was well intended by the original poster- had basically made the … [Read More...]
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Can we be real with each other for a moment? Budgeting is hard. Remembering to keep track of your … [Read More...]
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One of the biggest expenses plaguing American families are prescription medicines. With raising kids and being an adult, there is no way around … [Read More...]
The field of finance is constantly changing and growing, and rife with advancement opportunity. Finance professionals must handle high-stress situations and have the foresight and analytical skills required to make significant decisions regarding money for individuals, small business, and … [Read More...]
How much are you currently paying for your cell phone? $100 each month? $150? More that that? If you're like we were, you fall into the $100 or more category. At $110.00 per month, that left me paying $1320 each year out of my personal budget just for cell service. While my cell is needed for … [Read More...]
I’m Stacy, CEO extraordinaire and 1/3 of the Six Dollar Family. I'm on a journey to become a six figure family and I would love if you came along with me! We'll kick off our shoes, sip sweet tea, eat loads of goodies, save some money and maybe even learn a thing or two along the way.