There will always be a few ways that money will be important on your homestead. For this reason, planning your homestead finances is very important.
Raising your own food is often considered a good way to cut down on costs, but is that always the case? I know my parents have sometimes remarked that it cost more in water to grow themselves a tomato than it would cost to simply buy one from the store. Often people start to raise […]
After haphazardly collecting and selling eggs, I decided to make a change! See how we’re keeping track of our expenses and egg sales. It’s time to hold the ladies accountable!
In this article we share tips and insights on: cost per day budgeting, Analyzing & categorizing your expenses and using your data to make confident purchasing decisions.
Part of living frugally and having financial peace is being prepared. Having a 3-6 month emergency fund is one of those fundamentals of financial preparedness. Here’s why you should do it and a little bit of how.
Every ounce of critical financial planning can go to waste if you don’t have an emergency fund to back it up. Emergency funds are a lifesaver when unforeseen expenses crop up. There are emergencies that need immediate attention such as a daily-use home appliance breaking down or car repairs demanding early intervention. Because these emergencies […]