Lowering stress can be beneficial in countless ways. Not only do we feel better because we are less stressed, but with lower stress, our health can improve and our budget can improve. How is that you ask? Well, many of us are emotional spenders so when we are feeling stressed we spend extra money, that may be by buying an outfit we don’t need or online shopping, or maybe just because we don’t feel like cooking so we hit the drive-through instead.
We’ve been talking a little bit about how more travel is a great thing to put on your resolution list for the new year, but how can you do it while still following your budget? It’s doable, my friends!
Let’s face it, every year losing weight is usually high on my resolution list. There are so many diets, exercise programs and supplements claiming you will lose weight in a matter of months or even days. However, I’ve found a few tips that help me lose some of that weight by not going to the extreme. These are tips that are pretty simple to do if you stay focused and really have the desire to lose some stubborn weight.
Who got an instant pot for Christmas? I did and I can’t tell you how excited I was to give it a try! We’ve now used it everyday (sometimes twice a day) since Christmas! Which also means I’ve done a lot of reading and research on what it can do! So I’ve compiled some of the basic techniques for your instant pot! You ready? Lets go!
What are your goals for 2019? If traveling more isn’t on your list, it really should be. Traveling is so much more than just taking a vacation. Traveling has immense benefits and I don’t know about you, but I think that traveling is simply the best way to spend money!
Is meal planning part of your New Year’s Resolutions? If you feel like you don’t really know where to start, here are some beginner’s tips for starting to meal plan that will help you make this life-changing, money-saving change in your life.
Are you tired of setting resolutions that end up costing you more money every year? I mean, we are here to try and get our budget under control, right? So, how about this year we focus on setting resolutions that will help us with our budgets? Check out these New Year’s Resolutions that will save you money in the long run:
We are just a few short days from New Year’s Eve. What are your plans? If you are hoping to celebrate, but uneasy spending a bunch of money doing so, then you have come to the right place! That’s right, my friends, today we are going to be talking about some last minute, money saving tips for a fun New Year’s Eve Party:
Shopping from home is so easy these days. I love being able to score amazing deals from the comforts of my own home. Amazon’s subscribe and save is awesome and can save a TON of money. However, there are some tips you need to know to make the most out of your money. Here are 6 tips you want to check out before you shop.
We’re headed into the cold wet months and here in Utah that means lots and lots of snow and cold temperatures. For years we thought having all purpose tires were just fine and would be good enough, and they did. But can i tell you after having winter tires put on my car I can feel a big difference in how my car handles the snow! There were times my car would start to fish tale when driving on the freeway during a storm and that can be scary as well as unsafe. So I wanted to equip you with some information and statics on why winter tires are worth your investment!