• Stretching Your Christmas Budget

    Christmas is only a few days away! Can you believe it?? Today I wanted to share about how we budgeted and what we spent for Christmas this year. I hope you will find this helpful if you are still needing to shop before Christmas Day or even if your gifts are wrapped and under the […]

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    December 21, 2016 By thebudgetingwife
  • Yours, Mine and Ours: Debt In Marriage Q&A

    So you’re a 20-something head over heels for a guy you met in college. He’s handsome, has a great personality, is loving, caring, and all you’ve ever wanted in a future spouse! So your guy proposes, you get engaged and then that wonderful most glorious day of your life comes when you say “I do” […]

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    December 8, 2016 By thebudgetingwife
  • 6 Things To Include in Your December Budget 

    Can you believe it’s already December?! How is 2016 already almost over?? It truly is the most wonderful time of the year! But it can also be one of the most expensive times of the year! Make sure you’ve budgeted for these items in your December budget! 1. Christmas Gifts Probably the most obvious… If […]

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    December 5, 2016 By Marissa
  • Debt Snowball v. Debt Avalanche

    When you’re working on paying off debt, you may be confused on where to start. You have multiple debts with varying balances and interest rates. How do you know which one to pay off first?! Well you’re in luck! There are two methods used to paying off debt that people use to kick debt quickly. […]

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    November 18, 2016 By thebudgetingwife
  • 10 Smart Money Choices To Make In Your 20s

    From a millennial to a millennial, here are 10 things you should do with your finances in your 20s! 1. Obtain A Frugal Mindset Do you ever find it fascinating that famous people making millions a year end up going bankrupt? Sure, they make a lot! But they also spend a WHOLE LOT! Learning to […]

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    November 1, 2016 By thebudgetingwife
We Paid Off $87,000 of Student Loan Debt!FIND OUT HOW