I find breakfast to be the easiest meal of the day to save money on. When it comes to dinner that’s another story, but I put together a list of cheap breakfast ideas to help you save money! Continue reading
Most wedding articles you find will tell you that the venue is the most expensive part of your wedding. I saw a wedding budget on Pinterest recently that said you should spend half of your wedding budget on the venue. Um, what? If you’re trying to save some major moolah on your wedding venue, either for the ceremony or the reception, here are some ideas! Continue reading
Hello September! It’s fall now, right? I mean, I know it’s not officially Autumn, but we can start burning pumpkin candles now so it might as well be!
This month I want to: Continue reading
August was my first month working full time from home. Working from home has been a huge blessing, as it provides me flexibility both in where I work and when I work, and for this I consider myself very lucky. But to be honest, working from home is a bit of a challenge and can take some getting used to, and it certainly isn’t for everyone. If you find yourself needing help with the transition I’m here to list my best tips and tricks for how to make working from home work for you. Continue reading
If I had an unlimited wedding budget I would absolutely go crazy with the flowers. I would have a carpet of fresh flowers if money were no object – I really love flowers that much. Unfortunately we have a very limited budget and something had to get cut, and you guessed it. It was flowers. When you consider that they are non-essential decorations that die within hours of the wedding it can be an easy decision to cut them. Here are my tips for replacing or saving money on flowers. Continue reading
This year we moved from a house with a big backyard and garden into an apartment. To help us adjust we planted a ton of plants on our patio, which was against the rules of the apartment complex 🙂 Planting vegetables can save you some money so I’m here to recount the ones that were most bountiful so I can replant them next year! Continue reading