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How I grocery shop + stock up on a budget! (My best grocery shopping tips!)

Happy STOCKTOBER everyone! The last week of August, just before #Shelftember started, I did a grocery shopping trip. Before putting all the groceries away I thought “…this may come in handy in October, I’ll record this.” I’m so glad I did! With #Stocktober in full swing, I’ve had so many questions about how I grocery

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#Stocktober challenge + buying bulk, shopping at Costco, & stocking up on a budget!

iiiiiiiit’s OCTOBER! I am so. dang. excited for this month. Not only because it means gobs of candy, cooler weather, and my kitchen renovation that I’ve been waiting 1.5 years for, but mostly because it’s #STOCKTOBER! (Stocktober, get it) What they hey-ho is #Stocktober, do you ask? In case you missed it, September was dubbed

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How to pay off debt and still LIVE a little! | Q&A Tuesday

Aaaahhh….DEBT. The dreaded 4-letter D-word. Whether you love it, hate it, or have no idea what it is (which, um, if you don’t now what it is, be sure to keep reading because you have a little catching up to do…) it’s a necessary part of being a grownup. *eye roll* Have no fear! Bubba

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Where do I even start with budgeting?? | Q&A Tuesday

Happy summer, Freebs! As you can imagine, I get hundreds of comments, messages, and emails asking me for personal financial advice. Many of the questions are amazing, and many of them are the same! Since I can’t physically answer each one personally, I’ve decided to start a new summer series called “Q&A Tuesday”. Each Tuesday

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The Gift Of Presence: That Time My Son Almost Died Because I was Distracted on Instagram

With July 4th approaching, I couldn’t push down the nagging urge and inkling that pops up every year…telling me I need to share my story with you all. My horrifying, embarrassing, life-changing story of that time I almost let my child die because I was distracted on Instagram. As with every year there is an

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Simplest Budgeting Tips…EVER!

Hello to all my new friends who might have seen me on Rachael Ray! And hello to all my existing Freebs. I’ve had lots of questions lately about good old fashioned BUDGETING (yes, the “B” word…). So today I thought I’d bust out my best, most delicious secret sauce to help you get your budget

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Disneyland Summer of ’17 Sale

  Hey Freebs! Alisha here, hope you having a great start to your weekend! Since Jordan is out of town for a family reunion, I thought I would pop in real quick and share this awesome deal on Disneyland tickets from Get Away Today. With all the excitement of the Ultimate guide to Disneyland on the

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$745 Budget Boot Camp GIVEAWAY! (Let’s restart those resolutions…)

  Happy Monday Freebs! As we are now approaching May (wait, what?). I wanted to check in and see how your resolutions are going?… …That good huh? Don’t worry, you’re not alone! But this time of year, almost 100% of people have given up on their resolutions entirely, or have fallen off the wagon and

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The Best Teacher Appreciation Gifts – Cute, Cheap and Easy!

  Teacher Appreciation Week is just around the corner! Lucky for you I’ve scoured Pinterest and found some of the best, cheapest, and easiest last minute Teacher Appreciation ideas for you! (P.S…find them all and more HERE). Here are some of my Teacher Appreciation Ideas: Food Gifts:  Food is one of my favorite gifts to

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Budget Boot Camp sale to wrap up Focus on Finances Month!

Who’s ready to celebrate rockin’ #FocusOnFinanceMonth?? As one last big boost to help whip your wallet into serious shape, I’m running one last big sale on my Budget Boot Camp online program for a while! It’s a super fun online budgeting program that will help you figure out budgets, learn how to afford those fun

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My “To-Do Book”…how I stay organized and get things DONE!

As you can imagine, I get asked a lot of questions from people. Money questions, sure, (I mean…that is what I “do” after all). But as I share more and more of my life in Vlogs, on Instagram, and even in person by way of speaking engagements and events, I get asked more and more about

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