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Budgeting help - a blog of a family of six living on less than 28,000 a year. Lots of good budgeting ideas.

Living on Less Than $28,000 A Year: Managing the Money

Great site with lots of tips for living frugally. Pin now read later 🙂 Great site with lots of tips for living frugally. Pin now read later 🙂 was last…

4 tips to keep your grocery budget at $200/ month for a family of 4. Pin now read later... freezer meal ideas save money on groceries

4 Things I Do to Keep Our Grocery Budget at $200 a Month for a Family of Four

4 Things I Do to Keep your Grocery Budget at 200 dollars a month. I definitely need help in that department! 200 a month! Not sure about that, currently we spent a month!

Yet, your grocery budget is still the best place to cut spending in your overall budget.  Feeding My Family of 5 on a Grocery Budget of $130 - Life for the Penny Wise

Feeding My Family of 5 on a Grocery Budget of $130

Yet, your grocery budget is still the best place to cut spending in your overall…

The Envelope System--for budgeting your paychecks and staying on budget. This was actually how I saved up $630 for a computer and $350 for a new aquarium at the same time... then I stopped doing it. Maybe I should start again.

The Envelope System Saves $$$

The Envelope System Saves Money. The key component to Dave Ramsey? is the envelope system. What is the envelope system, you ask? Well, according to .

How to create a simple household binder to keep all of the information you need to run your home together in one place.

Make a Simple Household Binder

Make your own simple household binder with just three office supply items. A simple, functional binder.

FYI: How to Jump a Car. Eveyone should know this apparently.

10 Road Trip Hacks For Summer That Will Blow Your Mind

No more ink? - The Meta Picture

No more ink? - The Meta Picture

Homemade Ice packs: 1 part rubbing alcohol to 3 parts water, gets really cold, but never hardens so you can manipulate it. every athlete (or mom) should pin this!

Homemade Ice packs: 1 part rubbing alcohol to 3 parts water, gets really cold, but never hardens so you can manipulate it. Homemade Ice packs: 1 part rubbing alcohol to 3 parts water, gets really cold, but never hardens so you can manipulate it.

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