I admit that I'm not a very fashionable person. I'm not going to suggest that you take specific fashion advice from me. Instead, I'm going to give a few tips that I use to keep myself looking decent without spending much money at all. And no, they don't include buying a capsule wardrobe. Who has time for that?
Have you ever been shocked at your own frugality? This quarter's spending numbers proved that Rob and I may be more frugal than we ever thought possible. Of course, this quarter's frugality will be short lived. I've got a $2000 oral surgery coming up in a few weeks. Plus, Kenny's preschool ends in early May. We're thankful to have a friend willing to watch both Kenny and Shirley on a part time basis for the summer. However, that means higher spending. I'll discuss that more below.
And for interested parties, I'll ruminate on investment opportunities, and for the real voyeurs, I'll reveal our net worth.
College tuition costs are rising faster than inflation, and many parents worry that they won't have the cash to help out with the costly bills.
But some parents have another concern. Will you spoil your kids if you save for college expenses?
Before I answer this question, I offer three questions that you should ask yourself first.
I'm a wife, a mom, an employee, and a personal finance nerd who is devoted to spreadsheeting my way through life.