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You'll get a 4-part video series sharing everything I've learned to transform my health (and lose 2 pant sizes) - plus monthly tips from me in your inbox!


  • Saving on Trash Bags…

    You and I both know how expensive trash bags are.  Unless you know of a secret I don’t, they’re definitely an item that you can’t go without.   Trent and I often joke that we have a “little man” that comes into the house at …

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  • Budgeting

    Budgeting: How It All Began…

    I’ve been on a budget since I was a teenager.  So, when people tell me that being on a budget is hard, I don’t really understand.  Being on a budget is simply telling your money where to go, instead of it telling you where it’s …

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  • Christmas Gifts: To Budget or Not To Budget?

    Christmas can be a fun time of year.  It can also be a stressful time of year.  Many people overextend themselves with gift giving during the holidays.  When January rolls around and the credit card bill shows up in the mail they aren’t sure how …

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  • Baby Steps

    Taking Baby Steps…

    Just like babies must take small steps as they begin walking, we have too must take baby steps when moving toward our financial goals.  I want to share with you Dave Ramsey’s seven baby steps to financial freedom.  These baby steps have helped Trent and …

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    Playing the Game of Life…

    I remember Monopoly as a game that would last forever.  As kids we would start a game one day and end it the next.  Well, when I met Trent that all changed.  Being the salesman that he is, he is a haggler (and very good …

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  • Eating Utensils

    Eating Out on a Budget…

    Let’s face it, it’s expensive to eat out these days.  I like to eat out just as much as the next guy does.  My  budget, on the other hand, doesn’t always allow me to. If you’ve been hanging around here any amount of time, you …

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  • And You Think I’m Cheap?

    Although I get four papers a week, I don’t usually read the paper.  However, the Tennessean had an article by Ms. Cheap that caught my eye.  Every year she has a cheapest of the cheap contest.  These are a few entries that were too cheap …

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  • Pen, Calculator and Ledger

    Making Your Money Work for You…

    I’ve always considered myself to be a thrifty person.  One of the ways that have helped me stay on track is being on a budget. I started working around the age of 14.  When I received my first W-9, I realized that I had blown …

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