There are a lot of kids going back to school or virtual school this year and with the 2020-2021 school year come some new expenses to consider. Here are just a few you might need to include in your August budget.
We’re still minimizing here on a Life on a Dime! I need to declutter this weekend, and I’ve got three specific areas I’m going to focus on to make my life easier going forward. By this weekend, I also mean no time like the present! I need to get organized, and before I can really truly do that I have to declutter.
Here is a helpful list of items you might want to include in your July budget!
Hey frugal friends! May is winding down, which means it’s time to get your June budget ready for action! It’s always best not to wait till the absolute last minute (or second day of a new month) to get that budget hammered out. Here are my tips on getting your June budget ready and a few things you’ll probably want to include…
May is here! Is your budget done? Take a quick look at these potential expenses. See if you need to add any of them to your May budget before we get any further into the month.
Organization and minimalism also applies to financial and legal documents. Here are four simple tips to help you minimize your life on paper.
Since March is already over I figured I would go ahead and combine the recap for 2023 No-Spend February with the wrap-up of Minimalism in March.
Don’t forget to make sure your budget is ready when the calendar changes to April! Here are some potential expenses you may need to include in your April budget.
What did I do prior to the trip to ensure things were easier when we got back? The answers might surprise you. Or not, if you’ve followed a Life on a Dime for a while… Here’s this minimalist’s weird pre-get-away to-do list.
We’re almost done with the first quarter of 2023, but hey, it’s good to think these things through.