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Kristia L.

Blog Info

Name:
Family Balance Sheet
Category:
Frugality
Tags:
Budgeting, Family
Start Year:
2008

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Location:
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, United States
Age:
40s
Race:
White
Gender:
Female
Life stage:
DIK (Dual Income, Kids)
Profession:
Business Manager
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Latest Blog Posts

Governors across the country have ordered many of us to stay home. Shout out to the health care workers, grocery store workers, restaurant workers, cleaning and sanitation workers, truck drivers, military personnel, journalists, and everyone else on the front lines. Thank you for your service! Personally, to pass the unexpected free time, I’ve cleaned out […] The post Free things to do during the quarantine appeared first on Family Balance Sheet. ...
Posted: Mar 23 2020 @ 3:28 PM
Looking for an easy meal, but short on ingredients? A frittata is a quick and hearty meal that is a great way to use up any leftovers or food that you already have in your refrigerator or freezer.   Basic Frittata Recipe I love the ease and flexibility of a frittata. It makes a great […] The post Basic Frittata Recipe appeared first on Family Balance Sheet. ...
Posted: Mar 21 2020 @ 9:32 AM
Frugal living is NOT about feeling deprived. Frugal living is being intentional with our money and creative with our resources, so we have more to put towards the things that are important to us. We want to live WELL on LESS Money. Frugal Kitchen in February: Curbside Pick-up: I continued my new grocery routine in […] The post How We Frugal-ed in February 2020 appeared first on Family Balance Sheet. ...
Posted: Feb 29 2020 @ 10:06 AM
Kids create a lot of paper during their childhood. They create a lot of other stuff too, but that’s for another post. Today, I’m sharing how I have handled ALL of the paper, artwork, mementos, and miscellany over the last 14+ years that I’ve been a mother. For starters, both of our girls are sentimental. […] The post How I Organize My Kids’ Paperwork, Artwork, and Mementos appeared first on Family ...
Posted: Feb 13 2020 @ 8:00 AM
Welcome to my first “How We Frugal-ed” recap of 2020. Frugal living is NOT about feeling deprived. Frugal living is being intentional with our money and creative with our resources, so we have more to put towards the things that are important to us. We want to live WELL, on LESS Money. Frugal Kitchen in […] The post How We Frugal-ed in January! appeared first on Family Balance Sheet. ...
Posted: Jan 31 2020 @ 8:35 AM
I never really embraced the idea of choosing a word for the year. I tried it in the past and was gung-ho for the first month and then forgot all about the word. However, 2019 was the first year that I found a word that I could stand by. I adored my word and everything about […] The post My 2020 Financial Goals & A Recap of 2019 appeared first on Family ...
Posted: Jan 08 2020 @ 8:21 AM
Today is the final meeting of the 2019 Christmas Savings Club!  On the 25th of every month from January to November in 2019, I held a virtual meeting on the blog to give updates on our progress, motivate one another, and help all of us save for a cash Christmas. The club was open to […] The post Christmas Savings Club | November 2019 appeared first on Family Balance Sheet. ...
Posted: Nov 25 2019 @ 7:00 AM
Ebates is NOW Rakuten! Same great product, just a new name! This is my honest review. All links to Rakuten are to my referral link. When you join, you will also get a referral link to share with your friends to earn additional cash back. If you do any shopping online, whether it’s at a […] The post Rakuten Review: How to Earn Cash Back appeared first on Family Balance Sheet. ...
Posted: Nov 22 2019 @ 11:23 AM
Welcome to the 2019 Christmas Savings Club. The club is open to anyone who wants monthly accountability to save for a cash Christmas. On the 25th of every month from January to November in 2019, I will hold a virtual meeting on the blog to give updates on our progress, motivate one another, and help […] The post Christmas Savings Club | October 2019 appeared first on Family Balance Sheet. ...
Posted: Oct 25 2019 @ 2:21 PM
Our Debt Freedom Plan has been a long winding road. The journey started in 2012 when we bought an office building for our business and then found ourselves with a lot of debt and not enough cash flow. We were trying to be responsible. We ran the numbers of the purchase and they looked great […] The post 2019 Debt Freedom Plan Update appeared first on Family Balance Sheet. ...
Posted: Oct 18 2019 @ 11:23 AM

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