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How much money do you need?
What do you really need, to make it through the day? If you had to pack all your belongings into an RV or a smaller home what would you take?
What makes you happy?
For me it’s my family, spending time outdoors, our pug dog, travelling, learning new things and good coffee. What about you what truly makes you happy?
Living on less
Could you down size to all of that and survive? Yes, if you had to sell every toy, piece of furniture, book and etc and all you had left was your family, the essentials and life – you would be happy.
too much stuff
Have you ever noticed you have too much stuff. Toys, books, kitchen stuff, games and more.
I’ve noticed we have too much stuff. I will admit I have too many books and our kids have way more toys than they need. The garage probably has a duplicate of every small tool.
If you think you have too much stuff. Learn how you can clear the clutter and make money to pay down your debt.
Don’t know where to start?
Try conquering your clutter and organize your time. Join the 21 day clutter free challenge.
Now that the clutter is cleared
And you have made some extra cash by selling all your unwanted treasures online or at a garage sale.
How do you live well on less?
This family saved over $1000 in one month by cutting back on purchases.
how do you start saving money?
Invest in good knowledge and education. Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey helped turn our money situation around.
Set a budget. Compile all your bills. Be honest with each other. Set goals. Where do you want to be in five years?
living well on less
Learn to live more frugally. Figure out where you can save money. What can you cut out to help save on your household expenses?
helping you live well on less:
- Stop Living Paycheck To Paycheck
- The Total Money Makeover
- The Grocery Budget Workshop
- Meal Planning
- Ways To Make Money Online
- 75 Super Frugal Living Tips
Updated August 26, 2020