The New Year is always good motivation to work on your financial goals! As 2014 comes to an end, I know many of you will be like my family and I, thinking about what we want to accomplish next year. I will be focusing more on frugal living this coming New Year since one of the reasons we sold our house and downsized was to get rid of some debt (loan for our daughter’s college tuition). Plus we want to add to our down payment fund since we will be buying another house in the next year or so. So there’s lots more frugal homemaking posts to come! But in the mean time , check out these posts that are on this blog already that have to do with frugal living. Maybe you missed one and they could help you do a better job managing your budget!
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2014 has been such a crazy year for us since we had to prepare our house to be sold, sold it and then had to find a place to move to, pack up a house we had lived in for more than 10 years and move. We’re finally settled in our rental and I’m excited for what 2015 will bring! Like I mentioned before I’ll be focusing on frugal living, but also organizing this house, I’ll continue to share more recipes and some meal plans, I’ll show you how I decorate this home and a few easy crafts/DIY projects. I started having contributors to the blog this year to help out since I was busy with the house and will continue to do so next year since they shared such great content. I really want this blog to be your source for great frugal homemaking ideas!
I’m thankful for all of you that read my blog and I hope that you will continue to into the New Year!