Whether you’re married or not, combining your finances with a partner can be overwhelming and exciting. Here’s how to do it!
I’ve been an avid YNAB user for a few years now, but have never actually done their 30 Day More Money Challenge. After what seemed like constant spending over the holiday months I thought that now would be the perfect time to print out the workbook and try it out.
What I earned, my biggest expenses, and joining our finances!
Given that when the clock strikes midnight, we’re not likely to become a completely different person, it’s important to make your goals or intentions realistic, sustainable, and relevant to your actual priorities in order to give you the greatest chance of success in the long term.
I spent the final third of my “sabbatical” in Ecuador with Cassie exploring this small but incredibly beautiful country.
Taking a multi-month break from work isn’t normal in the United States, but it really should be. Here’s what I learned during my time off.
2021 was a weird year. I didn’t hit all of my goals, but all-in-all, there were some exciting moments. Here’s how it all broke down.
Alright, here it is! Our slightly late – but still here – update on our food spending for November.
Before Plan to Eat, our meal plans were inconsistently and unreliable. With it, meal planning is a dream.
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.