• Taco Soup

    Soup is one of the cheapest meals to make. Now, I know that spring is almost here, but it snowed 8 inches here on Monday and so I am justified in posting a soup recipe in March. Plus, it’s also a deliciously easy recipe.

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  • My Wedding Fund

    Soon after I knew my parent’s situation I decided that if and when I ever get married, I want to pay for the entire thing. I may not be a high maintenance diva (cough-boyfriend-may-disagree-cough), but like any normal girl, I do want it to be lovely, special, and I have dreamed about it since I

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  • My Categories

    Lots of people view their finances in different ways. To me, the easiest way was to divide my finances into three categories: Need, Should and Wants. Each month I reevalute the categories and see where I need to cut back and beef up. Essentially after my budget is done, I should have $0 of my

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  • How I got here.

    Well, it all started with my parents. It was August 2007 and I had just arrived home from a summer abroad in Europe. My parents sat down my sisters and me and told us they were in debt. I knew we always struggled with money, but I had no idea that we were in debt,

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  • The End.

    This is my public farewell to: Overspending Carelessness Credit card balances Bank charges End-of-month nerve-wracking terror Bounced checks Unbalanced checkbooks Overdrafts DEBT. Adios. Buh-bye. See ya.

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