Printables, planners, and calendars are some of my favorite products to create (click here to see my Printables). There’s a ton of free resources available on Pinterest too (follow my Printables board here). But there is nothing like an Emily Ley binder or planner. All of their products are hot, but I had to do a quick review on two of their most famous and my favorite products.
I don’t know what I would do without my household binder. This binder helps me keep up with my expenses, managing my schedule, and plan meals. Emily Ley’s Home Based Binder can help you do this[…]
A few months ago, I wrote a post on how to keep track your finances. You can read that post here. The free download in this post is great! I use it myself and I have advised others in how to use it. While using it, I realized there were some minor adjustments that would make this document even more[…]
It’s that time of year again! The holiday shopping season is upon us. Almost everyday a new Black Friday ad or circular shows up in my mailbox along with a ton of emails and app notifications. As I look at all the cool things that will be on sale, I’m thinking about the gifts I have to buy for family, friends, and co-workers but I haven’t been writing down any of these great gift ideas. What better way to plan your gift shopping than with this perfect Holiday Gift Shopping List.
I love this easy to use list! I even added a box where you can add your budget and the total amount spent that way you can see if you spent more than you planned or have a little left over to buy yourself […]
Managing household expenses can be painful. Seriously, who enjoys working hard to earn a living just to turn around and give a majority of those earnings to bill collectors? None of us do! Some of us shy away from this responsibility because the idea of paying bills feels like another job in itself.
As a single mother who’s had to manage a household on one income for the past decade, I know how important it is to be aware what is coming in and out of your wallet and what has worked for me is the use of a finance calendar.
As a single mother who’s had to manage a household on one income for the past decade, I know how important it is to be aware what is coming in and out of your wallet and what has worked for me is the use of a[…]