Think of all the paid monthly or even yearly or quarterly subscriptions you currently hold. Maybe you just have Netflix and/or Hulu. Or perhaps you’re like a large number of households and have an Amazon Prime membership and even a subscription to Kindle Unlimited. If you have a young child as I do, you may even have acquired subscriptions to…
Save money by organizing your coupons! Read about two effective ways to organize coupons and check out some couponing tips for whatever method you choose.
Want to save money and time? Creating a menu plan and shopping list each week could save you both. Download a menu plan-shopping list printable and learn how to menu plan efficiently here.
“Our life is frittered away by detail. Simplify, simplify!” Henry David Thoreau wrote these words over 150 years ago, but they are still relevant today. When you find yourself drowning in details, a good tip is to find the areas of your life where there is definitely too much noise and stress and then to simplify in those areas.
I’m a huge fan of decluttering before organizing, and I don’t believe in keeping things you don’t use. That said, I do believe that some things belong in storage containers. Some examples: Holiday decorations. I’ve seen people have 20 containers of Christmas decorations. I have about five along with a sixth pre-holiday container that contains all those things I need…
A simpliified process for organizing your DVD’s, Blu-Ray discs, and video games to save space in your home and time searching for discs in the future.
Download a “Use it up, wear it out, make it do, or do without!” printable to remind you to conserve your funds to meet your financial and clutter-free goals.
If you’re serious about being clutter-free, you have to declutter your finances, too, right? As a first step, I recommend completing a net worth spreadsheet–and I even provide a (currently free!) printable for you to use on this site as well as some tips for completing it.
Decluttering your life means decluttering everything–including your finances. The first task in clearing the financial clutter and attaining financial freedom is to assess where you are. Download a fillable, editable, savable, printable PDF (a portable document file for use in Adobe Acrobat or a similar program) that calculates your net worth for you in a spreadsheet-like format. You can save it to your computer or drive, edit with your financial information, print, and later update it.
Download a charitable donation log to help you keep track of donations for taxes. It is fillable/editable, savable, and printable, so you can print it and write on the hard copy or enter your information in Adobe Reader and save or print the file.