It is a very common question and I’m here to answer it. Guess what? It can be either one. Living healthier and ‘greener’ is adjustable to your income. You can have it all or do with very little, it is possible to live green on both a $30,000 and a $300,000 income. If you think you can’t afford a healthy lifestyle - I’ll be blunt, that’s just a bad excuse. Simple green living can save you money both in short and long term spending. Of course if money grows on trees for you, you can ... Continue Reading
You can practice green living by saving on a small budget or living large.
Having a baby doesn’t have to break your budget. Here are some quick tips to help keep the cost of taking care of your bundle of joy from breaking your wallet.
We have all heard the phrase "It takes a village to raise a baby", but it doesn't have to take a village's paycheck to raise one! Here are some tips to keeping your baby budget under control. Know What you Need Take stock of the products that you will actually use. There are so many baby gadgets out there it can be overwhelming. Stick with the basics. Do you really need a bath water thermometer? I promise the old elbow in the water trick will work just fine. I always suggest asking ... Continue Reading