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My love affair with coffee runs deep. There’s something special about taking a sip from a mug filled with steaming coffee that resembles a warm hug. That being said, these hugs-in-a-mug can add up quickly if you’re not careful. Over the last year or so, I’ve found a number of ways to cut down on my coffee costs without having to sacrifice the quality of my brew. Today, I’m sharing my secrets for how I save money on coffee. If you know a coffee fiend, share this post with them – they’ll thank you for all the money they’ll be saving.
Happy 2018, y’all! As you read the title of today’s post, perhaps you felt a little confused. Wouldn’t this post be better suited closer to the end of the year? Maybe. I am so proud of how I was able to get my loved ones a great gift and didn’t have to break my bank to do so. This holiday season, I shopped smarter, not harder and saved over $200 collectively on gifts. You’ll want to pin this post for the next time you want to buy someone a gift. Some preparation and a lot of shopping was involved. If you have tips on how you save money on gifts, leave them down below in the comments!
As far as I’m concerned, ‘Friends’ is the greatest show to have ever existed. Yesterday, my dad actually asked me when I last went at least three days without watching the show. My answer? “Umm.. it’s been years.” Since I’m an expert, I have been able to step back from Chandler’s sarcasm to look at the big themes of independence and self-sufficiency more broadly. Before we get into today’s post, I wanted to let you know that the blog now has a NEWSLETTER! If you want access to exclusive content (i.e. my experience creating a bullet journal) and the occasional giveaway click here to sign up.
Without further ado, here are the lessons I’m learn from ‘Friends.’
A few months ago on Twitter, I asked y’all what New Years Resolutions were hardest to keep. Thirty percent had responded with “Money/Finances,” which brings me to today’s post. Today, I will be sharing with you the exact method I use to manage my expenses using Excel. I adapted my method from how Tucker uses Excel to track his expenses and I hope that you adapt my method to help you manage your expenses. You’re in for an extra informative post (with lots of pictures). Grab your coffee and a snack and enjoy!