Book Review: Wishbones (Sarah Booth Delaney #8) by Carolyn Haines

I still can't remember how I came to love this series but I LOVE IT! The books within the Sarah Booth Delaney Mystery series can stand alone but work so well with each other. I have been in the mood for some cozy mystery book reading and Wishbones delivered. Some readers did not care for … Continue reading Book Review: Wishbones (Sarah Booth Delaney #8) by Carolyn Haines

Book Review: Country Living Tiny Homes by Country Living

Country Living Tiny Homes: Living Big in Small Spaces by Country Living Five star for this tiny little gem. Country Living Tiny Homes showcased homes ranging between 1,400 and 100 square feet. This book is set up with a chapter dedicated to a single home. I enjoyed seeing the creative designs for both storage and … Continue reading Book Review: Country Living Tiny Homes by Country Living

August 2020 No Spend Recap

August 1st Total Cash: $7,312.84Liquid Investments: $3,000.57 (3 Month CD)Savings Goal: $15,000.00Money Left to Save: $4,686.59Current Car Debt: $12,232.04Current Student Loan Debt: $46,251.38 August started with high hopes with going back to the salon part time and working Saturdays. I really missed the creative part of being a hair stylist. Typically salons pay between 40-60% … Continue reading August 2020 No Spend Recap

Book Review: America’s Cheapest Family by Steve and Annette Economides

Is it possible to grocery shop only once a month and spend $350 for a family of seven? Before you look at your current grocery budget, it is important to note that the $350 in 2007 equals $458.19 in 2020. "According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, prices for food were 30.91% higher in 2020 versus 2007 (a … Continue reading Book Review: America’s Cheapest Family by Steve and Annette Economides

Book Review: Little House Living by Merissa A. Alink

Little House Living: The Make-Your-Own Guide to a Frugal, Simple, and Self-Sufficient Lifeby Merissa A. Alink Not sure about you, but I enjoy reading books where the author is totally honest. You know the one that show you a glimpse into their not to perfect life. We are are only eight and a half months … Continue reading Book Review: Little House Living by Merissa A. Alink