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A combination of long and short term financial goals are necessary to achieve all your goals. So, you might not get to the end of the tunnel where you'll find your Red Bottom heels this month or this year, but a realistic financial plan WILL get you to those shoes and other goals!

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Well it's a no spend day for me today (as are most days!), so I'm sat in my fave chair on my balcony/courtyard area just looking at my workplace in the distance and feel totally zen as its my day off As a side note, I do want to invest in a budget journal. Can anybody recommend one? debtfree debtfreecommunity budgeting

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Paid off $35k+ and only a little over $30k to go 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻 Love seeing that number go down

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How would you eat an elephantone bite at a time. Same goes for your finances. It’s easier to take baby steps versus trying to run a full marathon, when you are just getting started. One study showed that the farther away a goal seems, and the less sure we are about when it will happen, the more likely we are to give up. So in addition to focusing on big goals, strive to set smaller, short-term goals along the way that will reap quicker results. One of our short term goals was to cancel any recurring subscriptions that we weren’t using. We got rid of one so far that saved $70 a month. We are process of another that will save another $40. Thats a $1320 savings per year and a pretty quick win. What are some of your short term goals? Follow our 👣 hollisduo.

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Divas, we all know this is the time of year when we like to head to the gym to get into shape. Maybe we should also start using Spring as the time of year to make an annual trip to our financial professional at the bank or elsewhere to work on our financial fitness

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Budgeting is NOT a bad word! Say it with me! 👏🏼 At first, yes it can be scary and difficult. But now when I think of budgeting I think of FREEDOM, PEACE and FLEXIBILITY. You CAN master your money, and you CAN live financially successfully! Tomorrow night we dive into the two steps that build a strong financially successful foundation. Should be a great night, can’t wait to see you there 💰😎✨ responsibility money moneymoneymoney cash daveramsey babysteps financialpeace win growth stepbystep budget budgeting goals getitgirl getit financialcoach

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Some times you just gotta get out of your own head. The thing holding us back is just fear. Fear of failure. Fear of success. Fear of the unknown. Just fear. ⠀ ⠀ But remember fear is just a figment of our own imagination. The thing we are so afraid of, is neither here nor now. So don't stop going forward.

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Left over chicken and roast potatoes, carrot, pumpkin and chickpeas, from last night’s dinner made into a frittata for tomorrow’s lunch. There was also enough roast chicken for sandwiches for everyone for lunch today! Bonus! frittata zerofoodwaste (Based loosely on recipe from taste.com.au)

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My apartment won’t look anywhere near the same by the time I’m done with it. This is why fixing my home loan for 3 years works for me because when I max out the amount in additional repayments I can go full on with home savings and holiday savings This is a 5 YEAR project and I’m hoping to be able to do all of these at different times. First thing to do: BATHROOM debtfreecommunity debtfreejourney ozdebtfreecommunity debttomojo mojo savingmoney livingfrugal budgetplanner budgeting debtfreecommunityaustralia moneygoals firsthomebuyer firsthome singledebtfreejourney teamtinyshovel sixfiguredebtclub financialindependance barefootinvestor daveramseybabysteps savings daveramsey homerenovation

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We’re tired and sore and spending time and money but I know we’ll look back so fondly on the first garden we grew together! In our front yard. In suburbia. 👌🏻 Here’s to yards of compost ready to be tilled into our lawn and to being and havin dreams! I know these are our golden days 🥰😭💞

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The best time to start saving or increase your savings, is when everything seems to be going perfect. It is easy to think it will stay that way, but truth is life is a bunch of ups and downs and you always want to be prepared. It is easier to increase savings when you have more than it is when things are beginning to crumble around you! Stay in power, prepare for it! ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ 📣Turn on post notification and never miss a post!📣⁣ 🌱⁣ 🌱⁣ 🌱⁣ 🌱⁣ 🌱⁣ 🌱⁣ savewithsprout canadianfinance money goals toronto financialfreedom startup accountability debtfree hustle savingsgoals financial entrepreneur savemoney personalfinance goalsetting motivation startuplife moneymanagement motivated budgeting finance financetips fintech debtfreecommunity motivated personaldevelopment moneymotivated canada torontolife

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Whether your goal is a closet full of Louboutin red bottoms or Louis Vuitton bags, make a plan for your purchases It's always better to have a plan for the purchase of luxury goods than to rely on credit. Make that plan, get those Red Bottoms and the LV bag too!

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Hey Queens 👸🏽We hope you enjoyed your Sunday! As the weekend comes to an end and we begin to prepare for a new week, we just wanted to remind you guys to trust God in everything you do this week. No need to pretend to be something you’re not to get what you want, when God has already promised you He’ll take care of it if you simply obey and trust Him. Keep the faith Queens and have a GREAT week! You got this 💪🏾 ✨

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🤑 I’m raising a money boss 🤑

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We may be wrapping up month one of The Collective where the focus has been all things Branding following up from de_nichols Teaching Series Session, but we have SO much to look forward to in the months to come Starting in April we will be having conversations and helping you gain confidence with your BUDGET + FINANCES. We cannot wait to hear from eliz_tucker of alive_mag THIS THURSDAY night for our third installment of the Teaching Series at freshandcostudio Managing our money is such a vital part of our businesses that can make or break our success with the attention we give to it. This is exactly why we feel the need to bring you this session with an expert leading it, and dive in deeper as we unpack this big topic in The Collective all throughout April We’re here to serve you friends, and we know the positive impact these opportunities will have on your business. We look forward to learning, growing and challenging ourselves as we conquer the big money topic More on The Collective and ticket info for the Teaching Series on our website - link in bio: thewomenscreative

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Being financially responsible is hard and often stressful. But, knowing your finances are in order and you're closer to achieving your financial goals - big and small - is worth it Don't give up

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What a special day! slabratsdesigns delivered the finished center piece of our new office today and we couldn’t be more excited! Thank you Todd and Andy for all your hard work. Be sure to check out their profile and stop by our space any time to see how beautiful this table is for yourself! Churchill ChurchillMortgage budgeting planning mortgage realestate oregon washington northwest pacificnorthwest pnw portland pdx seattle homeownership mortgagebroker mortgagelender mortgageloanofficer home house justlisted forsale homesale financialplanning dreamhome daveramsey financialpeaceuniversity

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It really doesn’t. My full time job as an active duty Air Force member is unpredictable, short notice, and full of travel. I’m not guaranteed the weekend off without having to take PTO. I’m not guaranteed to be at home during the week either. • • • I’ve made money selling things on Poshmark and Fb marketplace since starting our Debt-Free Journey and I really wish I could Uber, Rover, or Instacart on a regular basis but I just can’t. On the plus side, I DO get paid per diem when my job sends me places, as well as income-tax-free months when I go to combat zones for even a day (happens more often than you’d think). • • • Any inputs on all-online side hustles where I wouldn’t have to commit to work certain hours in advance? • • • For now, I am focusing on minimizing our debt by minimizing expenses and selling things. • • • debtfreecommunity debtfreejourney debtfree debtsnowball debtfree military activedutylife budgeting veteran goodmoneyhabits commitment frugalliving

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Some people said I was lucky when I bought my first car, lucky when I bought a house, lucky when I took my last tripit wasn't luck. It was the product of making deliberate financial choices and decisions that made my financial goals reality. I did it, so can YOU!

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Grocery haul for this week is done! ✅ . Meals are prepped, fridge is ready to go, and laundry is done I will be going to bed early tonight to rejuvenate and mentally prepare for the week ahead food mealplanning familyof4 foodbudget tellyourmoneywheretogo packalunch nowastedfood ashleymarieplans planningkeepsmesane sundayfunday sundayprep budget budgeting budgetplanning debtfree debtfreeliving debtfreecommunity debtfreejourney debtfreeaf personalfinance moneymanagement financialindependence financialfreedom wildforplanners organization

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Y’all I found some light in the end of the beginning part of the tunnel 😂 We’re officially out of the $110k’s since our most recent mortgage payment cleared I also passed my MBA finance class I can now start Operations tomorrow with 5 weeks left in the term. We can also color in our chart and move on to the next line!

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See you at the TOP! Ikuti Qualified Wealth Planner Masterclass bersama 1supermentor di kota anda! 1supermentor ia coming to You! • Investasi terbaik adalah pada diri Anda sendiri. Sebab investasi tersebut tidak bisa hilang dan tidak bisa diambil lagi dari diri Anda. Rasakan kedahsyatan Compounding Knowledge dalam hidup anda! • • See you at the TOP! Follow 1supermentor 1supermentor business financial leadership financialfreedom financialplanning insurance investment budgeting retirement tax estate rich money suit suitandtie style smart education blackandwhite wealthmanagement bank skills retireyoung training thinking motivationalquotes

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MayPeraKa pero nasaan? Alam mo ba kung saan napupunta ang pera mo? O baka naman binigyan mo ng financial freedom? Pinalaya mo ang pera mo. Bahala sila magpunta kung saan nila gusto? Ganun ba yun? Marami sa atin kasi ay kapag may pera, bili dito, bili doon. Tapos kapag kakaunti na ang natitira, saka mag-iisip kung saan na napunta ang pera. May solusyon sa ganyang problema. Maglista. Sa una mahirap. Nakakatamad maglista. Pero yan lang ang paraan para malaman mo kung saan napupunta ang pera mo. May mga app naman na makakatulong. perathoughts financialfreedom financialliteracy financialeducation budget budgeting

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🏘$1.4M 💵$70k p.a With a 20% deposit and a decent rate this property would see a positive cash flow for the investor. What do you think of investing in town houses/blocks of units❓ smashthecycle smash_lifestyle • • • • • financialliteracy financialfreedom money financialeducation finance personalfinance wealth entrepreneur debtfree goals financialplanning investing financialindependence invest finances credit savings budgeting financialadvisor business moneymanagement investment moneytips success financialgoals moneymindset realestate budget creditrepair

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🙋 Hands up, who wants to put some money in the bank this month?!?⁣ ⁣ Yeah, me too Want to join me for another round of The $1000 Challenge? We officially kick off Sunday 31st March!⁣ ⁣ Sign up link in my bio weirdlifeofus ~ The $1000 Challenge! (You can sign up again even if you have participated before!)⁣ ⁣ You'll get access to our awesome little Facebook group as well as the daily challenge emails full of tips to get you more bang for your buck!⁣ ⁣ Let's spend 7 days making our moolah behave!⁣ ⁣ the1000dollarchallenge lifeonabudget debtfree debtpayoff savemoney buildwealth journeytofi daveramsey babysteps BabyEmergencyFund barefootinvestor MojoMoney StarterEmergencyFund payoffdebt debtisdumb budgeting budget budgetliving budgettips budgetlivingtips budgetmum frugal frugalliving frugaltips frugalmum debtfreecommunity debtfreecommunityAustralia ozdebtfreecommunity

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IT’S ALL RIGHT ON TIME 🌟 ⁣ ⁣ If you want to go faster and it’s not happening, there’s a reason.⁣ ⁣ If you want to go slower and it’s still going fastthere’s a reason.⁣ ⁣ Trust the timing friend. You’re exactly where you should be.⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ Repost jennracioppi 📷 kkellyyoga⁣⠀⁣ ⁣ ambitiouswomen moneymindset motivation💯 womensupportingwomen successfulwomen motivatedAF yourfuturegrablifebythebetties powerfulchange positivevibesonly ambitiouslife determined dreambigger livethelifeyoulove inspiredeveryday visualization mindsetiseverything moneygram financialfitness multipassionate creditcards financialeducation debtfreejourney 90DayNoShoppingChallenge budgeting noshopping shoppingproblems shopaholic moneytips fiercefinances

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Wouldn’t mind me a couple of Yachts😎😂 What would you buy?

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I’m on the struggle bus and I’ve been MIA- and I’m deeply feeling the consequences of that. Accounting for money that we didn’t yet have REALLY screwed with my budget and I’m having the hardest time trying to get back on track. Tomorrow is a new day, a new week, a fresh start and I’m really hoping I can turn the rest of this month around. What do you all do when you feel like you’re in a slump? I’m needing any and all suggestions debt free friends. 💜

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Introducing Mindful Money Mondays. I’m excited to bring you a tip or trick each Monday to keep you (and me) mindful about both spending and saving for the week. - This weeks tip is about ‘sleeping on it’. One thing I always do is sleep on making a decision on any purchases over $200. If I see something out and about I resist the urge to impulse buy by having this rule in place for myself. This also gives me time to go home and check out if the item can be purchased for a cheaper price elsewhere (including second hand). If I’m still thinking about the item a couple of weeks later or if I decide I really need it I’ll buy it, but most often I’ve forgotten about the item.

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Hello everyone 👋🏾 Welcome to my frugal page. The last few months I’ve let my finances get a bit out of control so I’ve decided to start this page to share my tips on living frugal and learning how to budget and save! I’m starting slowly with a few tips from friends just by putting $10 a week away into a sinking fund.But I’ve always had the luck of finding some really good deals, sales and specials. I just never put money away and actually save lol so today I’m starting to live frugal and save. I also have a car loan with only 5 months left that I’m focusing on paying off as I’ve fallen a bit behind on payments! Looking forward to sharing my journey with you guys and also getting some saving/frugal tips off you all livingfrugal budgeting savingmoney 🤑🤑🤑✌🏽✌🏽

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It’s time for a new adventure🌄 (Windbreaker from Ross $9.99, jeans from American Eagle $22.49, shoes $23.99 from adidas) • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • fashionideas mexicangirl🇲🇽 baddieoutfits budgeting charlotterusse adidas americaneagle black rippedjeans cute beautiful fashion style fashionista stylist blogger fashionblogger styleblogger fashionable ootd outfitideas fitoftheday comfortableoutfits ootdfash outfit windbreaker followme follow latina mexican

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This week's haul between Winco and Trader Joe's was $125.37. I decided to increase our grocery budget from $100 to $120 a week, (family of 4 )because I'm working a second job and I need to take an extra lunch. This week I went over budget by $5.37😕 on the bright side my lovely neighbor gave me some oranges and lemons and even some tights for my daughter blessed I'm done meal prepping for today and now it's time to enjoy some family time groceryshopping budgeting mealprep frugaliving frugal debtfreecommunity debtfreejourney goaldigger teamtinyshovel daveramsey daveramseybabysteps debtfreelatina

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Keeping your whole family involved in the budget and debt pay off process is important. ⁣⠀⁣ When we were paying off debt, it would have been nearly impossible to be as intense as we were if only one of us was on board. ⁣⠀⁣ ⁣⠀⁣ Likewise, it would be nearly impossible to live on a budget if only one of us was on board. ⁣⠀⁣ ⁣⠀⁣ Before, I use to try and "control" my husbands spending by scolding him whenever he did something I was displeased with. ⁣⠀⁣ ⁣⠀⁣ You know how well this worked? It didn't work ONE BIT. ⁣⠀⁣ ⁣⠀⁣ If you are just learning about budgeting and want to get the whole family on board, you can't be a dictator and you can't make/set the budget by yourself and scold anyone who breaks the budget. ⁣⠀⁣ ⁣⠀⁣ Your spouse MUST have a say in the budgeting process, otherwise you will never be on the same page. ⁣⠀⁣ ⁣⠀⁣ Work together as a team to get your finances on track and kick debt to the curb! ⁣⠀⁣ ⁣⠀⁣ ⁣ budgetlife momonabudget momblogger moneyadvice moneygoals budgetplanner budgeting budgetmom moneysavingmom familybudget budgetfamily couplesgoals couplesmoney moneyandmarriage marriageadvice millennialmom personalfinance personalfinanceforwomen personalfinanceblogger womenandmoney livingonabudget budgeting

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Every year I complete 2 savings plans which I cover in my 2019 Budget Planner [LINK IN BIO]. By the end of the year, I save $2,756 just from these plans All this money will be going towards my duplex I’ll be purchasing next year What’s your savings target for this year?

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You and you alone are responsible for your financial wellbeing and success. Make the decision to turn down girls night out if it doesn't fit into your budget this week; take the overtime or find that side hustle to make the extra money for the trip you want to take next year; make the choices you know help your financially

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Weekly grocery haul! Smaller than usual because of some end of week travel to Atlanta & Florida. Pulling some chicken thighs from the freezer and picking up fresh fish to round out the week.⠀ .⠀ On the menu:⠀ - Oatmeal bread⠀ - Meat sauce with eatbanza⠀ - Chicken thighs with Swiss Chard & rice⠀ - Steamed artichokes ⠀ .⠀ What are you cooking?⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ cookathome learntocook homecooking easyrecipes quickmeals whatsfordinner whatsforlunch mealpreparation whatsinmybowl quickandeasymeals dinnerrecipes rdapproved rdeats dietitianapproved dietitiansofinstagram eatwellbewell mindfuleating nondoetapproach groceryhaul groceryshopping groceries budgetmeals budgeting budgetfriendly weeknightmeals cookinglight

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When I discovered the debtfreecommunity I was so inspired by those sharing their nospendchallenge and how they made it work for their individual lives and families. In 2019, we decided to join the movement. What I thought would be a stressful process has actually been the opposite. We’ve learned to appreciate what we have and get clever to make things work so we can hit our goals. And, in those times when I find my head in the clouds I look at our family visionboard and I’m pulled right back to earth with even more determination than before.🙌🏻 Have you done a no spend challenge before?

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Switched it up this month and got our monthly groceryhaul from pricerite, another beloved discount grocery store in our neighborhood 😏 This entire haul cost $155.75, and will easily keep us on track for our $200 monthly groceries budget 👌💰 I found lots of old goodies like my fav beet hummus and accidentally vegan pierogies, plus scored some gardein for $2.50 a pop 😮🙆 groceryshopping shoppingonabudget budgeting frugal frugalfinds pricerite cheapeats veganonabudget healthyonabudget vegangroceryhaul vegangroceries whatveganseat veganfoodshare healthyfoodshare groceries vegangroceries healthyfood healthyeating eathealthy eattherainbow eatyourveggies eatyourgreens eatrealfood wfpb eatlikeyougiveadamn eatwithyourconscience noanimalsharmed crueltyfree compassionovercomplacency

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I took a few much needed days away from the ‘gram to catch up on real life * And every time I do this, and spend more time being fully present with my kiddos, I’m quickly reminded that their daily struggles at 7, 5, and 3 are simply laying the groundwork for how they meet and work through challenges for the rest of their lives. * Case and point - my oldest received this archeological dig kit for Christmas, where you break up the sand block and hunt for gem stones. It was soft and broke apart relatively easily, but the gems were buried deep inside. She was quickly frustrated by the lack of instant gratification. “I’m never going to get there,” she whined. * As a parent, I had choices - let her give up, take over and do it for her, or encourage her persistence and teach her some techniques to help her get there on her own. * Can you guess which option I chose? And her pride in doing it herself and learning how to persevere through her frustration will serve her well forever. * For those on your own journey to be more financially fit and free, here at Family Finance Mom, there is no instant gratification or giving up. I also can’t do it for you. But I promise to always encourage you to persevere, teach you techniques to help you get there, explain complex financial concepts in a way everyone can understand so you feel more confident in every decision you make and answer all your questions along the way. * So stay the course. I’m here for you and with you every step of the way 💕

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With Spring finally here (so they tell me) use this time to do some cleaning of your bills and expenses. Are you using all the services in your phone or cable package? Do you have a gym membership or subscription to a service provider you don't actually use??? Do a "financial Spring clean" to help your cash flow by stopping or adjusting where your money is being spent. Happy Spring

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How do you save for Christmas? Each month we put away between $100 - $200 so that we have at least $1,000 for December. It’s not just gifts to purchase but the fact that we are off of work for two weeks and often want to do things that cost money this way it takes the strain out of needing cash at an expensive time! Have you started saving for Christmas yet? If so, how much have you put away? debtfree debtfreecommunity minimalist simplified saving nocreditcards frugalliving ozdebtfreecommunity konmarie sidehustle decluttering debtfreejourney babysteps daveramsey barefootinvestor personalfinance budget budgeting savingmoney dfc daveramesybabysteps moneygoals savemoney hustle sidehustle money

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Mereka adalah pemimpin, mereka menunjukkan kepemimpinannya dengan memberi contoh. Mereka tidak hanya duduk diam dan menunggu hasil. • • Investasi terbaik adalah pada diri Anda sendiri. Sebab investasi tersebut tidak bisa hilang dan tidak bisa diambil lagi dari diri Anda. Rasakan kedahsyatan Compounding Knowledge dalam hidup anda! • • See you at the TOP! Follow 1supermentor 1supermentor business financial leadership financialfreedom financialplanning insurance investment budgeting retirement tax estate rich money suit suitandtie style smart education wealthmanagement bank skills retireyoung training thinking motivationalquotes

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one easy way to get a little more on top of your finances is to track your extra costs. every sunday night i sit down and go through my week to track any unneccesary spending. for me, this is anything outside of groceries, bills, rent, petrol and public transport. it's super helpful (and a little shocking sometimes) to evaluate where your money is really going. this week, all my extra expenses were on food and coffee. almost all were when i was with someone else (i also shouted my best friend and my brother on separate occasions adding an extra $11.00 to the bill). i (obviously) don't cut all these costs out, but by doing this each week i'm aware of where my extra money goes, and how much is a realistic amount to be spending each week on 'extras' what are you 'splurg-y extras?' how do you budget for them?

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Meal planning is so important! In my house it may very well be the number one most important thing to keep our budget down because we are such foodies! Seriously, we love to eat lol. Today our dinner is Italian wedding soup. This recipe is so simple, takes a few ingredients-as you can see, and is absolutely delicious! Oh, & did I mention it costs only $11 (for organic) for about 8 cups of soup! •1 carton of chicken broth •1 carton of chicken bone broth •1 bag of frozen chopped spinach •1/3-1/2 bag of earths best mini beef meatballs •1/2 box of acini di pepe noodles • 1tsp oregano, s&p to taste In a stock pot, add both cartons of broth, spices, and meatballs then simmer on medium. Cook the noodles according to package in a separate pot. Add spinach to soup stock pot once soup is starting to bubble and reduce heat to low. Simmer for another 15mins. After I drain the noodles, I add a little EVOO to them and some grated Parmesan cheese. I keep them in a separate container otherwise they’ll absorb all the broth over time. budgeting budgeting budgetplanning budgetmeals mealplanning daveramseybabysteps daveramsey daveramseybabystep2 debtfreecommunity debtfreejourney debtfree cheapmeals dinneronabudget

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