Hey y’all! Most of y’all know how I feel about life organization and planners. In the past I have used many different products (some homemade) and currently I’m back to bullet journaling for life things, and the Erin Condren Teacher Planner for work. With that, I was given The Happy Planner and thought I would review it if you’re interested. So yes, going into this you should know that it’s not what I would choose for myself but everyone has individual preferences!
If you’re anything like me, you’re trying to save money. Or you know you should be. I’ve blogged about the different apps I’m using to bring in cash here and there, the books I’ve read on the topic, and the most practical way to save money, ie. sticking to a budget.
After successfully budgeting for a while you realize that if you want to save more, you’re going to need more money coming in. I first tackled that by finding my side hustles of tutoring and babysitting which is money that goes directly to my savings. In addition to that, I have begun to think about how to implement monthly saving challenges to save just a wee bit more.
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