Sinking funds are the magic sauce that makes your budget work.
When I started budgeting, I also started learning a new way to think about time management. Here are three lessons I learned.
By the end of September, we had already spent $1,400 more on groceries in 2021 than we had in the whole of 2019…and we still have 3 months to go in the year.
Zero-sum budgeting forces you to view money as the tool that it is and make decisions based on both your immediate needs and your priorities.
Budgeting together is different than budgeting alone. Here’s a flexible guide for what questions you’ll need to answer when you start budgeting with a partner.
Having money conversations that take your individual pasts into context while focusing on your joint future can be incredibly rewarding and sustaining. It just takes a little planning and practice!
Find out what I ate this past month and how it impacted my budget. Get some ideas for your own meal plan!
It’s that time of the month! Time for a review of my past months earnings and spending. When I invite you all to explore the nitty gritty of my finances down to the penny.
I have some intense savings goals for 2020, and I got off to a good start this month.
It didn’t take long to realize every month was a “weird month” and I that as a result I wasn’t getting very far towards my savings goals. Enter sinking funds. *jazz hands*