Bargain Shopping Fun at Value Village

I love the feeling of wearing a new outfit and knowing it looks good on me. What I don’t love is spending a ton of money when I have to consider my two small kids, a husband, a mortgage…you know how it goes. When I got the opportunity to partner up with Thrifty NW Mom and Value Village, it was practically a dream come true. Not only did I learn tips and tricks from the moms, but they helped me navigate through the store to find some perfect matches for my style. Here are a few of my main take-aways that I want to share with you! Read more...

Book Review: Say Goodbye To Survival Mode

Maybe you wonder how other people do it. Maybe you stand in the middle of your kitchen, with the sticky floor and the screaming children and the overflowing laundry baskets and the jam-packed schedule and the constant rushing and lateness and that thought creeps into your brain - This isn’t how it’s supposed to be! If you’re feeling like you need your sanity back – or maybe you’re just not feeling like there’s much purpose in your day-to-day life, I highly recommend checking out Say Goodbye to Survival Mode: 9 Simple Strategies to Stress Less, Sleep More, and Restore Your Passion for Life by Crystal Paine. Read more...

Say Goodbye To Survival Mode

Join us for Money Saving Mom’s 7 day Say Goodbye to Survival Mode Challenge. Starting on 6/30 for 7 days you will receive an e-mail with a specific challenge to help you get out of survival mode and back on track to living intentionally. Plus, just for signing up to participate you are ENTERED TO WIN a copy of the book “Say Goodbye to Survival Mode” by Crystal Paine, founder of MoneySavingMom.com. Read more...

Easy & Painless Money-Saving Tips

Taking steps to better your financial circumstances doesn’t have to be all-or-nothing. If you’re not ready to do something drastic, don’t worry – there are plenty of small things you can do. What other painless money-saving tips do you have? Read more...

What is Your Money Attitude?

No matter your balance in the bank, remember that it does not equal your worth. Money does not equal happiness, but it does equal CHOICE. Choosing how to spend it allows you to live more authentically and more in line with your family’s values. Money is a tool and can even bring you closer to your spouse; implementing small changes in your attitude and language can remove some of the wild emotions behind it and make those money matters easier to work through – together. Read more...

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