We can't afford happiness. . .
Because it's priceless. We live in a society that normalizes excessive spending and accumulating debt, yet ignores the stress and anxiety that accompanies it. We're not living, we're "existing." That's why I started this website. Using my own journey to financial freedom, I'll share all of the wise spending habits and effective budgeting solutions I learn along the way. The frugal lifestyle teaches us to live in the moment, making the most out what we have, and embracing daily experiences. Let's make a vow to start saving, sticking to a healthy budget, and investing in our well-being, one day at a time.
Food for Thought
The journey to healthy living, financial freedom, daily motivation, faith building, and personal growth starts here:
Is it just me, or are all of these “how-to” articles sounding pretty redundant? You know, with the clickbait title, strikingly attractive yet unrelated photo, and a list of things to “possibly” do that just “may” help you “almost” come close to doing what they said you’ll do? I don’t have time for that, […]
The irony in being single is once you announce it, people react like it’s a disease: “I’m single.” “What? Really? How?!” (point noted) More often than not, people confuse being alone, with being lonely. Alone and lonely aren’t synonyms. Truth be told, there are plenty of people who enjoy their solitude, and unfortunately, […]
Remember when you were a kid, that time you asked your parents, “Can I drive?” Their answer was the obvious, “No.” (Or a loud, obnoxious laughter in place of an answer, if you had a dad like mine.) Although hurtful, receiving a “no” was actually a good thing. Our parents, as harsh as as their […]
Many people brush off depression as if it’s something you can just “get over.” While a physical injury or illness is treated with the utmost care and attention, it’s sad that something as detrimental as mental health is often overlooked. Here’s the truth: Depression is an illness. It doesn’t discriminate It’s unpredictable It’s real Ranging from […]
Out of all the trees in Eden, hundreds, possibly thousands of them, Adam and Eve chose to eat apples from the one they were instructed not to touch. . .sounds pretty foolish, right? I mean, what was so alluring about that particular tree? Or was it even the tree at all? Reminiscing on my […]
Who am I? I could tell you I’m a successful, perfect woman who always had her life together. . .but if I did, it would be a lie. To start, I was the type of person that camouflaged my feelings, living day to day wearing an artificial smile. Anxiety disorder, depression, and insecurities were running […]