Saving money means so many things...

With Get a L.I.F.E over I took the past week or so to recoup, reevaluate, and re-aquatint myself with my family! The Workshop was amazing! I feel that my objective was accomplished and that was to help others save money. My overall goal for The Nifty Thrifty Lady is to learn to live a fun, frugal, and balanced life.

As I set here getting ready for the busy week ahead I realized that saving money means so many things. It means planning, sacrificing, getting creative, feeling a rush, getting out of debt, staying home with your kids, it's an all encompassing idea! I look for ways to saving money in everything that I do and when I do it means that I get to relax with my kids at home (if you really relax being at home;)

This summer will be the first I will be home with my oldest son! I am so excited for this time and to build an even strong relationship with him. I know that these are times I will never get back and I hope they as a parent I will impart wisdom in the short time I have. With that being said I have revamped the Summer Schedule for The Nifty Thrifty Lady so that I can bring a new dynamic to the site (incorporating money savings with kids) and take my little guys along for the adventures!

It will be a fun summer to follow along!

Monday- Monday Match-ups
Tuesday- The Secret Thrifty Shopper
Wednesday- Money Saving tip
Thursday - What are YOU doing this Weekend?
Friday- Fun Day Friday

I will be posing details about the new themes and asking for your input on where we go! I would love to make this as interactive as possible so comment, post, tweet, email, whatever is easiest!

I will be back soon with some behind the scene prep for those with kiddo's getting out of school in T - 7 Days!!! Have a great day!

1 comment:

  1. If you want a smooth-flowing day, get rid of your debts and budget your funds wisely. I am not saying that money is all that matters. That is absurd, and I’m actually saying the complete opposite. The last thing we should be worrying about is money. If you manage to put your finances in order, you'd be surprised how living would seem so easy, even if you're not that rich.