Meal Prepping Guide to Save Money

A Beginner’s Guide to Meal Prepping

Last week I posted an article about how my family survives on $60 a week and it got a lot of great feedback and comments. Thank you for taking the time to read, make insightful comments, and share your stories of meal prepping! As a result, I wanted to follow up with exactly how we meal prep for the week, including practical advice on where to shop, recipes of easy, long lasting meals, and tips to make it easier and make your meals last longer! Where You Shop Matters One […]

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Debt Free Living Alaska Hike

Why We Stopped Going Out to Eat

Disclaimer: This post may contain affiliate links. I would earn a little money with no extra cost to you. The opinions expressed are my own. Read my disclaimer to learn more. How much do you spend dining out each month? If you don’t track it with a budget, chances are it’s a lot more than you think. In 2015, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the average American household spent $3,008 a year dining out. Where do you stack up? If you’re not sure how much you spend, now […]

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Start a Budget to Save Money

Why Did I Start Budgeting?

I am excited to start my first ever blog mini-series! My next few posts are going to focus on why I started a budget and the decisions my wife Jenna and I have made to get us out of debt as fast as possible! I don’t have a fancy title for the series, simply “Choices We Made to Get Out of Debt.” I like this title because I believe getting out of debt takes many small choices, every day, to reach a much bigger goal. But before I get ahead […]

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