Today’s post is written by Barry from Stacy Makes Cents. I’ve been a long-time fan of both Barry and Stacy and their debt-free approach to life, so it’s truly an honor to have Barry share his financial wisdom here on Crumbs! Each year, as soon as the calendar flips to January, advertisements inundate our homesClick to Continue »
Merry Christmas Friends! Last year Mr. Crumbs started a tradition where we wrote you – our amazing readers – a Christmas letter. Twelve months ago I was neck deep in launching our meal plan membership. This year I’m treading water in a move across the country. Nonetheless, I’m excited to carry on the tradition andClick to Continue »
We’ve officially been in Georgia for one week and one day and I have a quiz for you. Which of the following statements are true:
Last Saturday my kids and I packed up and started a 3000 mile road trip, from California to Georgia. It’s not an everyday occurrence that you drive through 8 states in 6 days, so I made sure to take lots of pictures along the way!
One of my favorite things is opening up a brand new yearly planner. All the pages of dates with nothing scribbled on them cause me to wonder about the coming year. What will it hold? This love for planning spreads over into my finances. If I don’t set a specific plan for my money andClick to Continue »
I don’t think it’s possible to really comprehend what you own until you view it in terms of boxes. We had 27.
One of the bigger challenges of moving from Texas to California 7 years ago was figuring out what do to with all of our stuff. Each of our 3 bedrooms in our Texas home was fully furnished. There was baby furniture, an office, two dining sets (one in the kitchen, one formal) and a completeClick to Continue »
I have a story to tell. And it’s personal. It’s not an awesome recipe or an easy DIY. And to bare it all here on the web where everyone can see it is kinda scary. But I’m hoping that by sharing it, you’ll see that I’m just like you. I struggle. My family goes through hard timesClick to Continue »