After decluttering your home you might be thinking how else you can simplify your life So what’s next to maintain the momentum of decluttering your mind and simplifying your life? Maintaining the home after the declutter and decluttering your finances.
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Helping busy parents save more money for the things that matter
In today’s modern society, consumer debt is at an all-time high as we try to keep up with Joneses.
I don’t know about you, but I can’t think of anything worse than lying awake at night thinking about how I would pay for car repairs if I needed them, or the next utility bill.
In a consumer-focused society, I have been able to navigate parenting and a career without falling into any consumer debt by adopting savvy financial habits that help us live a comfortable life.
This section is filled with posts and resources that help other busy parents how to save money on everyday expenses so they can enjoy the life they want with their family. Frugal living doesn’t need to take up all the time you have if you are smart about your habits.