DIY Valentine’s Day Gifts

Hey hey hey! Long time, no blog. I hate January. Polar vortex. Yada, yada, yada. How have you guys been holding up this winter? I’ve been really busy at work, battling the winter blues per the usual, and overall just trying to survive the cold temps that hit the midwest the past couple of weeks. […]

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Blogmas Day 21: How to Survive a 100-Guest Party with Brand New Carpet and a Drunken Fiancé: For Dummies, By Guest Blogger Kaylee

Hi, Kaylee here. I’d like to provide a little budget-friendly guide on hosting a big event, all while making sure your house isn’t destroyed and you don’t piss off any family members. This advice can be used year-round, but I felt it was very appropriate for the holiday season. First things first, let me briefly […]

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Blogmas Day 18: Holiday Sales and Steals

Red (and green) alert, Christmas is in ONE week. This is not a drill! As the shopping season is winding down, and celebrations are ramping up, I’m sure a few of you have some last minute gifts to cross off your list, or some holiday outfits to buy. And let’s face it: not much money […]

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Ballin’ on a Budget: Vacation 

As another wonderful vacation wraps up, and the doom and gloom of reality is weighing heavily, I thought I would share some tips on going on vacation without breaking the bank. I am incredibly blessed that my in-laws live in a super awesome vacation destination so we have few costs involved in a place to […]

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Ballin’ on a Budget Installment 2: Finances

Hello, it’s your friendly inconsistent blogger here! Did I mention I have a new job and I suck at math? I did? Okay, cool. I’m back today with the second installment of being a baller on your own budget, and I’m ready to talk money. And for the record, these tips are helpful even if […]

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Ballin’ on a Budget Installment 1: Fashion

If you’re anything like me, you picked a weird major, worked your ass off in college, and then accepted a soul-sucking job afterward. Congratulations! I am to understand that this is called, “The American Dream.” For real though, my career life post-collegiately can be summed up as: nights holidays and weekends in retail, or banking. […]

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