The summer holiday has started.. That means I have two teenage kids, one 12 year old + a husband with a lot of wishes and expectations. Frankly, I might have one or two myself, but as I am also the director of finance, my main task here is to minimize the damage done to the bank... Continue Reading →
I got my bike out today, and I love it! I got my bike a couple of years ago as a birthday present from my husband, and when I checked the bank account to find out how much he had paid for it (he knows I do it, I always do), I wished I had... Continue Reading →
I found this quote by Dave Ramsey, and though I like it, I would like to change it a bit for my budget for March: A budget is telling you where your money have gone instead of wondering where they went. I went through my budget for March last night, and I was not a... Continue Reading →
We all have to keep control over our personal economy in order to be in the best financial position possible. And I presume that as you are reading this, you are actually interested in your personal economy and how to improve it! Most of us will benefit from taking a look at our personal economy... Continue Reading →
I tried making this bread, and it tastes as fantastic as it looks:-)
There are times you can’t help yourself, you just have to make a recipe – and this is one of those times! This is Kindred’s Milk Bread. It’s served at Kindred Restaurant in Davidson, North Carolina to every dinner table. It’s a beautiful thing, this bread. Make it – I promise you you’ll love it!
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I simply want to share this quote, my inspiration for today:-) I need inspiration to save money, even though I am motivated I sometimes loose track:-)) There are too many temptations around me!!!
I am going to torture my youngest son today, I am taking him shopping. It is simply torture to him. I have to admit I am not looking forward to it myself, but it has to happen. He needs new shoes, but it will not be a joyous outing. He is 12 years old, has fast... Continue Reading →
More or less every time I go to a shop that is halfway interesting, I feel a need for something new. I am not a shopaholic, I am very far away, I am perfectly fine as long as I do not go to the shops I like. Then I see all these new things that... Continue Reading →
If you think that living within your means equals saving money, think that living below your means means saving more money. I know I like having money to my name, and I get stars in my eyes thinking about a growing bank account, but you see, it makes me ever so happy, it makes me... Continue Reading →