Last week we have set up the simplest budget ever that will kickstart your finances. Now let’s build a monthly cash flow sheet to watch the financial tides. No worries, the fancy term means something very simple. If I can do this you can, too! Let’s become the Sherlock Holmes of our monthly finances with a simple cash flow sheet…. Read More
Your Personal Finances Made Easy
Manage your personal finances with ease, learn saving hacks and opportunities to earn money from home from someone who has been there.
I would like to say I love budgeting, but I don’t. I don’t suck at it, either, but I’d rather live without it. However, I can tell you one thing from my experience: After I started to monitor our ins and outs in financial ways at least basically we finally have a little bit on the plus side. For the… Read More
Spring is finally here, no doubt! Summer is just around the corner. The season for outdoor fun begins. We had a lot of cold and ugly days around here lately. But now everything looks promising and the sun makes you want to go out and enjoy fresh air, nature and light! Come have some free fun time with your family!… Read More
Calling Homemakers and busy Moms. Learn about 50+ fresh and clever ideas in this epic Evernote guide. Get your whole family life organized using Evernote. Mom life can be busy, packed with responsibilities, ever-growing to-do-lists and high expectations from everyone around you! Put in some dreams you might want to pursue or much-needed breaks from all the noise and what… Read More
Saving for something special can seem impossible when you are on a tight budget. However, we all have those wishes. Special things for which there is just no room in the budget. And still, anyone wants something to look forward to, a new piece of cloth, a city trip or going to a fancy restaurant. You name it. Try this… Read More
PhD turns work at home mom. You probably know by now that I hold a PhD in biochemistry and used to work in a lab. You might not know that I quit that whole thing right after receiving the grade to go to Morocco where I worked at times for less than 3 bucks an hour. And no, I didn’t… Read More