I'm Lynnae, wife of one and stay-at-home mom of two. I'm committed to getting out of debt by being frugal with my choices in life.
A few weeks ago I wrote about our health insurance dilemma. We were paying more than I was comfortable with for our insurance, and we were exploring health insurance alternatives like Samaritan Ministries International. A lot [...]
This week I sold some homeschool curriculum on eBay. While I prefer to use Craigslist, because it’s free, sometimes selling on eBay makes sense. In this case, I know homeschool curriculum tends to do well on [...]
My interest in personal finance began when I read a book on Christian personal finance – the Complete Financial Guide for Young Couples by Larry Burkett, to be exact. So when I’m given the opportunity to [...]
Friday night I watched Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution for the first time. Let me just say, I’m sad I missed pretty much the entire season. What an eye opener! For those who haven’t watched, a (very) [...]
This is a guest post from MD of Studenomics– a blog for normal 20-somethings that want to save money and enjoy life. You know the deal. If you enjoy this post, please subscribe to the feed [...]
It’s been a rough week. We’re still adjusting to the fact that my mother-in-law is no longer with us on this earth. We’ve been working hard to finish school (today’s the last day!). My husband has [...]
April 15 is one week away. Have you filed your taxes yet? I’ll admit that I have not. We’re paying this year, and I’m putting it off until almost the last minute. I’ll probably file over [...]
Last week I asked you all what was the biggest obstacle to your frugality. I revealed that one of my struggles was lack of planning. I gave the example of being out of bread and running [...]
Recently my husband and I have been evaluating all our bills to try to cut back. Like so many other people, the economy has taken it’s toll on our finances, and we’re looking for ways to [...]
Face it, your coffee habit is expensive. The daily trips to the coffee shop really add up when you actually run the numbers. Not convinced? If you go to Starbucks everyday, you probably spend between $50-$80 [...]
I'm just an average mom, trying to live a frugal life and get out of debt. I write about things that have (and haven't) worked to improve my family's financial situation. What works for me may or may not work for you, and you should always consult a financial advisor before making important financial decisions.
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