The internet is great. You can find just about anything, and just about anyone. Put them together and you'll someone talking or writing about something. Self proclaimed experts in whatever it is they're talking or writing about that day. But every once and a while you come by someone who has something good to say. Today, I want to share one of those people with you.
Let me introduce you to Abbey. Abbey writes a great blog over at, www.justagirlandherblog.com. Now the amazing thing is, I worked with Abbey's dad, while I served as the youth pastor at a church in Somerset, PA. I have met Abbey briefly, but do not know well enough to call her a friend. But none of this gets me to my point. My point is, Abbey shared a great blog post yesterday and I wanted to share a link to it for you.
Abbey shares 5 great tips for saving money and living on one income. Check out a snippet from your post, then be sure to click over and read the rest at her blog. And while your there, check out some of the other great tips, thoughts, and resources she has.
Our Top 5 Tips for Living on One Income
Ever since I shared my budget binder printables waaaaaay back in January, I’ve gotten a lot of questions about how we manage our money and what we do to be able to live on just one income while I stay home with the Cs. Today I thought I’d lay it all out there and share the top five things we do as a family to save more money and spend less. I know talking about money can be a little awkward; the goal of my post today is not to suggest that our way is the only way or to imply that we “have it all together” in every aspect of our life.
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