During my giveaway for David Bach’s book I asked everyone to enter by telling me what your top financial resolution is for the year. I loved the responses so much, and wanted to share them with you. Save more My advice: If you are trying to save a certain amount or percentage have it automatically […]
If you happened on this post via search (hello!)–you may want to check out 2012’s meal plan which includes a rotating menu for the year to make 365 days of homecooking happen. The post includes my own menu plan as well as templates for you to download. Happy meal planning! photo credit: John Loo As […]
You may have noticed I disappeared over the holidays. I had planned to continue posting, but realized pretty quickly that if I was going to enjoy my holiday (and my rare time off for my husband) then I needed to put the computer and my iPhone down, and back slowly away. Slowly, so they didn’t […]
Lifehacker posted yesterday about a hack for staying motivated to reach goals by using passwords that include your goals. This is something I started doing about 6 months ago. I reached one of my goals (taking a vacation to San Francisco with my husband) before I expected to!
Recently I received an email from the Center for Responsible Lending urging me to share how you can end bank’s ridiculous overdraft fees. The Federal Reserve is seeking comments on overdraft fees. The deadline is March 30th, so please do it now while you are thinking about it! This is a small thing you can do to help save you and other consumers millions of dollars a year.