I like to believe that most of our interactions with money are mental or emotional. We spend because we're happy (let's celebrate over dinner), we spend because we're sad (retail therapy at the mall), we spend because we can (I deserve nice things), or we spend because we can't (it's not often that I come across extra money). The reasons are countless, but more than likely, the reasons are attached to an emotional benefit.
If you’ve been wanting to take a vacation, whether it’s with or without the kids, you might feel like I did. Like it’s impossible. With a family, home, bills, and unexpected expenses all the time, I couldn’t help but think the same two words whenever the thought of vacation crossed my mind: How sway?!?
With a little planning, you can spend no more than $50 on groceries for the week, for a family of three. Here's how. The most affordable grocery stores near me are Food Lion, Kroger, and Publix (in that order). When I lived in Nashville, I liked to go to Compton's Foodland because they had a bundle deal that allowed you to get