Amanda is a full-time mom and aspiring writer. When not chasing after her one-year-old or writing, she is figuring out creative ways to stretch a dollar.
Guys are notoriously difficult to buy gifts for. For every man that cringes around his significant other’s birthday, I guarantee there are at least three women panicked about the prospect of getting a gift for their […]
As a one car family sustained by a single income, it is all too easy to forget that there are always those less fortunate than us. Our limited funds prevent us from giving what we’d like […]
When we were house hunting a few years back, the one perceived drawback of our future home was that it only had a one car garage. At the time, we had no children, both my husband […]
A surprising number of 2012 holiday shoppers spent $700 or more on gifts. Our family spent less than $50 on nearly $500 worth of merchandise. This remarkable feat was accomplished via one simple task: taking surveys […]
Being a Stay at Home Mom As a stay at home mom (or, as I like to be called, a “Mother Superior”) in 2012, I am often asked how my husband and I make ends meet […]
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