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Ashley Patrick

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Budgets Made Easy
General Finance
budgeting, saving money, debt
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Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
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DIK (Dual Income, Kids)
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These 15 Easy DIY Christmas crafts will make the perfect addition to your house this Christmas. They can even make cheap gifts that your friends and family will love. They are personalized and rustic and look way more expensive than they are. You could even sell a lot of these crafts and make some extra ... Read More about 15 Easy Christmas Crafts That Will Put You In The ...
Posted: Nov 14 2018 @ 8:00 AM
I am very honored to share my next story about overcoming depression in order to regain control of your finances. I typically do huge debt pay off stories about how they paid off large amounts in a short period of time. This story isn’t about the amount or the time it took really. It’s about ... Read More about How dealing with depression can help you pay off debt The ...
Posted: Nov 11 2018 @ 8:00 AM
Are you looking for meal plan ideas? These recipes will help you meal plan for the next 3 months! They are quick and easy and the clean up a breeze! That is the nice thing about the Instant Pot, you only have one pot to clean. These dishes are easy even for a beginner user. ... Read More about 100+ Easy Instant Pot Recipes You Need To Try This ...
Posted: Nov 06 2018 @ 5:22 PM
The busy season is fast approaching and you may already be stressing about how you are going to pay for everything. It’s hard enough month to month and then you add in Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years and there just isn’t enough money for everything! Are you already stressing about the credit card bills coming ... Read More about How To Have A Debt-Free Christmas! The post How To Have ...
Posted: Oct 28 2018 @ 7:00 AM
Is your house being overrun with kid stuff' I know that my kids don’t need anything and come Christmas time, I’m ready to start throwing everything away. The past two years, I have asked family to get experience gifts instead of toys and junk they don’t need. It has been really great because we have ... Read More about 20 Family Gift Ideas the Whole Family will LOVE! The post ...
If you are like me before we started sticking to a budget, your grocery bill is out of control. We were able to cut our grocery budget in half with these techniques and you can too. If you are an average family in the US, you probably spend somewhere between $850-$1200 a month on groceries ... Read More about How I save $600 a month on Groceries The post How ...
Budgeting is the foundation to financial success. Everything is built on a budget. A budget is what lets you have fun without guilt. It gives you the power over your money and lets you take control. Budgeting for beginners can be confusing at first especially the first couple of months. These budgeting tips will help ... Read More about 50+ Expert Budgeting Tips To Get Your Finances Under Control ...
Saving $1000 in 30 days is not the easiest savings challenge but it is completely possible, if you have a plan. The biggest part of this challenge is to figure out how to make some extra money, whether it’s working extra or selling things. Or it could be making your budget and cutting expenses. It ... Read More about How to save $1000 in 30 days! The post How to ...
These FREE Christmas printables are so cute and easy to download that they will save your sanity and your money. Here is a list of over 30 different printables for Christmas including; gift tags, art, crafts, activities for the whole family, savings plans, and planners. These will help you have fun, start new traditions, and ... Read More about 30 Free Christmas Printables For The Whole Family The post 30 ...
Do you hope and dream of quick meals that will save you time and money' Meal planning and cooking at home is a great way to save money. We save over $600 by meal planning and not eating out. Meal planning is great but execution of the plan is even better. Do you plan your ... Read More about Instant Pot Review- Do You Really Need One' The post Instant ...


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