The Virtuous Woman Pt. 3 | She’s Financially Savvy

Virtuous Woman Trustworthy

Proverbs 31:16, 18, & 24// “She considers a field and buys it; out of her earnings she plants a vineyard.” “She sees that her trading is profitable, and her lamp does not go out at night.” “She makes linen garments and sells them, and supplies the merchants with sashes.” Contrary to popular belief, God never intended for us to be poor. He understands the value in building wealth and He has given us all the tools and basic know-how to do so, but it is […]

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How To Create A Beautiful Workspace for Under $100

Everyone deserves a creative space. It doesn’t matter if you write novels or piece together puzzles in your spare time; there is truly nothing like having your own space. Recently, I decided to create my own.  It’s simple, it’s chic, it’s feminine, but the best part is that I paid just shy of $100 for everything. Here’s how to create a beautiful workspace on a budget: Find Inspiration  I don’t know about everyone else but I look to Pinterest for just about everything. When I […]

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8 Ways To Stay Fabulous On A Budget

I’ve been a SAHM (stay at home mom) for a year and a half now and I’ve had to come up with some creative ways to maintain my style without breaking the bank. As a single income family trying to get rid of debt, weekend shopping trips have become a thing of the past and my financial priorities have shifted. However, I was not willing to forsake my flyness in the name of frugality (I’m just being honest haha). Whether you’re saving up for a […]

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How I Cut My Grocery Bill In Half

In adult life, groceries usually take up a pretty nice chunk of our monthly budgets. Once we grab the snacks the Mr. likes, the new juice boxes the kids like and that expensive lunchmeat from the deli, somehow we rack up almost $300 in groceries that never seem to last as long as we’d hoped. As you guys know, Nathan and I have been aggressively attacking our debt and we’re always revisiting our budget to see if there’s any place that we can cut back […]

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