Down with Paper Products:52 Weeks of Tips

Hello All! Well, here it is, week three already! This week we’re working on frugality concerning paper products. Down With Paper Products! There are 3 major paper products that almost every household uses; paper towel, napkins and toilet paper. Two of these things I’m willing to give up, two of these things I could replace…

Goldenrod Homestead Financial Boost!

Hey Everyone, Well I have some good news. It’s bittersweet, but good. I recently sold off a big piece of technology from art school to gain a good amount of money for the garden/homestead this coming year. I have another being sold off later next week I believe. So far that means I’ve got just…

Extra Cash for the Homestead—How we make an extra $100 a month

Hey Everyone! Well I’ve been threatening this for a while, but I thought I would share it now! I wanted to share with you guys how Justin and I make an extra $100 a month, at least, with very little effort. Mostly we do survey sites, which actually do work believe it or not. The other…

Debt Free Update–Jan. 2015

Hey Everyone! So I wanted to update you on my “Debt-Free” mission. So far it’s been going really well! Starting Balances: (Nov. 2014) Capital One— $731 Sam’s Club Credit— $820 I’ve been working exclusively on the Capital One card using the “snowball” method. On top of that, if I make any extra cash through odd…

Sunday on the Homefront: Progress on Debt Free

Hey Everyone! Good news this time around! I remember telling everyone I wanted to start our “Snowball Method” to become debt free. So far we have made some progress! As I mentioned, earlier this year, I paid off all of Justin’s credit cards. That freed up almost $2000 of debt and $80 of minimum payments…

Debt Free “Snowball” Method

Hey Everyone, So I thought I would share something cool I learned recently with you! It’s a way to get out of debt quickly without changing your current spending habits too much. So, first things first, do a monthly budget for your home. Make sure you divvy up annual or semi-annual expenses into monthly portions…