Back to school means so many great things. It’s exciting for everyone. Kids get to get to see their friends again after a long summer, and make new ones. They can look forward to learning new things and new experiences.
Who isn’t excited the first day of school? Maybe the parent who has an empty wallet after just spending several hundred dollars for their kids to go back to school.
There are a lot of good sources to help you to get out of debt everywhere on the internet and in books and popular magazines. Sometimes all that information can be overwhelming, and many people don’t know where to start, but that is no reason not to start. The fact of the matter is it took a while to get into debt and it will take a lot of hard work and dedicaion to get out of debt.
Budgeting for the Stay at Home Mom or the Single Income Family
By Mrs. Pinchpenny
When you have a baby on the way, your priorities in life change. Most mothers are working full time and their income is just as important as their husbands in their budget and providing for the family.
So the news of a baby comes with mixed feelings, there’s both guilt and happiness, but can you afford it?
Maybe you’re tired of paying exorbitant prices for your household cleaners. Perhaps you are worried about exposing your family to harsh chemicals. Most of these cleansers have never really been tested for their affect on people or the possibility of causing cancers. Whatever the reason, this should be a great place to get started on making your own household cleaners.
There is more to life than buying things to fill our home.
The end of the year holidays can slice through your wallet and your budget if you aren't paying attention. Make your holidays memorable and special, with Mrs. Pinchpenny's holiday tips and tricks. Not something you remember every time you make a payment on your visa card for the next 6 month