Saving Money Roundup

For the last 2 years, I’ve been keeping a list of all the things we have implemented in our house that has helped us save money. These are not just “once in a while” things. They are habits that we have completely changed and never looked back.  And we have no regrets and see no less happiness or enjoyment in our lives because of them. Continue reading “Saving Money Roundup”

Vegan Budget Cooking Series: Vegan Smoothies

We have vegan smoothies for breakfast about 2 to 3 times a week and today I wanted to share the recipe I use.  I think smoothies are one of the easiest and cheapest way to get calories, protein and many other nutrients that we need. Especially when trying to follow a vegan diet. Continue reading “Vegan Budget Cooking Series: Vegan Smoothies”

The Last 3 Months

We are now into our last 3 months before we declare ourselves financially independent and quit our jobs and I am SO EXCITED!  We booked dentists, medical and optometrists appointments for the whole family and taking advantage of as many benefits as possible. We also started selling as much stuff as we can on kijiji.  I already made $200 this week selling a couple book shelves and a rocking chair.  As I mentioned before, we are trying to move the least amount of stuff possible to our new home. Continue reading “The Last 3 Months”

Credit Card Churning Simplified

I’ve always been really interested in the idea of credit card churning. Free travel points or cash back for a little bit of work applying for credit cards.  But sometimes it can get quite intimidating to keep track of multiple cards and when to cancel which one.  Also, you could risk affecting your credit if you apply for too many cards.  Today I’ll explain how D. and I will get $1,000 in credits in less than 4 months without much work.  Continue reading “Credit Card Churning Simplified”