Wrapping Up My No Instagram for March Challenge

Earlier this month I announced that I would go the entire month of March without Instagram all thanks to reading Give It Up! by Mary Carlomagno.   Overall it was nice to step away from Instagram and reevaluate my interactions with the platform.  I found that I used Instagram when I was bored.  I would mindlessly … Continue reading Wrapping Up My No Instagram for March Challenge

I Have a Book Problem But My Librarian Disagrees with Me

Before I started my first no spend year in 2019, I swore that borrowing books from my local library wouldn’t work for me. I had this weird narrative in my mind that the library book had to stay home, couldn’t be read during breakfast, I could only check out old, dusty and dated books, and … Continue reading I Have a Book Problem But My Librarian Disagrees with Me

Is There A Difference Between Financial Incentive And Ego?

Recently I was chatting with my boss about how someone may be incentivized to either over or under state their budget in order to receive a financial incentive or bonus.  My boss stated that there are no bonuses this year so nobody would be incentivized to over or under state their budget.  I disagreed with … Continue reading Is There A Difference Between Financial Incentive And Ego?

Book Review: Suddenly Frugal by Leah Ingram

Suddenly Frugal:  How to Live Happier & Healthier for Less 5 star book Who this book is perfect for:  New homeowner, recent college graduate, or someone starting off their debt busting journey.  If you have been on your debt busting journey for a couple years, this book might not offer any new suggestions for you.  … Continue reading Book Review: Suddenly Frugal by Leah Ingram