Stop right now and think of five things in your life for which you are thankful.
It should be fairly easy to come up with at least five. If you're having trouble,
start with life itself, the beauty of the world around you, the opportunity to learn
and grow. Consider your family, friends, people who sincerely care about you,
your work, your faith, your home, your community, the joys you've known,
the things you have to look forward to.
Well, I'm going to try my hand at this blogging stuff. I figure that it will keep me accountable and maybe help me reach our goals a little faster. What is the old saying, Goals are just dreams until they are written down. We have a 5 year plan to get out of debt and hopefully pay cash for next home with land for cash. We have seriously out grown our house but, with some decluttering and some serious organizing we can make it work for a few more years . We are carrying alot debt, you guys
Updated 11-15-2008 at 09:35 AM by got2run3
Since a new year is coming upon me I am taking my stockpiling to a new different level. Instead of buying whatever for the stockpile I am going to buy a different category for each month. My plan is to spend no more than $100.00 per month on items. I am excited about trying this and seeing how well I can do!
So for starters here are the month and category:
My dad passed away yesterday morning. The rest of the time has been a blur of planning, phone calls, etc.
Your grocery bill is likely one of the largest parts of your living expenses. If you were to rank them from largest to smallest, it would probably fall just after mortgage (or rent), energy and car payments. You canít do much to lower a mortgage payment or car payment, so trimming as much as you can from your weekly food bill makes a lot of sense.
The problem is that we have seen food prices skyrocket, about as much as fuel prices over the past year, and itís taking an ever bigger