Hey guys! A little something different this week. I'm excited to announce that today's post about making your house a home on a teeny tiny budget is brought to you by Ms. SFT from Super Fund Time! Yes, it's my first ever hosted guest post!
As newbie finance bloggers who purchased their first home shortly after graduating college, I figured they'd be the perfect pair to fill us in on all the ways to save money while upgrading a home.
Plus, they're self-proclaimed foodies! So, y'know, check out some of their mouth-watering food pics. All the heart eyes.
And, without further ado, I'll let you to learning more about making your house a home on a teeny tiny budget.
At the risk of having my woman card stripped, I'm being completely honest when I say that I never have been a fan of Valentine's Day. Yes, it's nice to get flowers + chocolate, etc., but I really believe that every day should be used to show those around us that we love them. Right?
That being said, V-Day grew in meaning for me in 2017. My daughter's first Valentine's Day.
Growing up, my mom would always have a little something for us, and there would be cards and goodies to pass out at our school party. We even had a coinciding week dedicated to a “secret friend” exchange. It was exciting and all, but, was it really necessary?
Now that I'm a mama, I appreciate all the effort my own mother, the teachers, and my classmates' mothers put in to making our Valentine's Days memorable and fun, even if I didn't back then.
So, in the spirit of the season, I've been thinking of ways to make Sweet Girl's second and Pip's first Valentine's Day a good one. While Pip will be a bit small (4 months) to really enjoy anything, I still feel the desire to make an effort for him.
Since it isn't really a true holiday, and since my husband is in school (final term, yay!), I'm brainstorming for inexpensive or free ways to celebrate the day of love. Who knows, maybe you'll create a lasting tradition.