Originally Posted by trekkingirl
I just realized that since starting my total money makeover I have taken out a $5000 loan to buy an RV, paid off a credit card (actually two but the following week my...
No Spend Day -
Budgeted Expense -
Unplanned Expense -
Made Do or Mend -
1/13: I've actually been home decluttering most of today so my only expense on my part was our weekly offering at Mass - $10. DH...
Originally Posted by LoveOurBabies
Things I did today to save money:
Absolutely nothing. But I did put a smile on a face who was dealing with loss and gave myself some peace of mind about what I would be...
I've lurked for a loooong time but 2013 is a new start for us financially so I'm jumping in. I've read DR before and am rereading him now - love his no-nonsense approach.
Pre-Step 1: Get current on your debts and do a...
Yay, I found this in January!!! I'm totally in.
Donated to my children's school (I'm a teacher and seem to accumulate this stuff)
4 packs of teacher certificates
1 box of tissue paper
2 bags of sensory...
Updating for today - I have been waiting all day to post so this may be the motivation I need. And since I'm not planning on leaving the house for the rest of the day, this is it.
No Spend Day -
Budgeted Expense -...
Better late than never, I suppose.
a. Who you are - I'm married with two kids (10 and 8 who are just not getting this frugal lifestyle switch). I teach a full-day of kindergarten and pre-k in a private school. ...
I've done DRA's for my kids (I'm a K-4 teacher) but have also found just doing a running record is as accurate for reading level.
What I've done is take the reading level listing (Scholastic is fine but I would recommend Matching Books...