13 Inexpensive Ways to Make Your Bedroom Feel Like a Hotel Suite

Confession: the main reason I decorated our master bedroom the way I did was that I wanted it to look like a Loews Hotel room. Tom and I have worked to have more weekend getaways without the kids and there is something so relaxing about a well-designed hotel room. The thing is, I believe that we can easily create an inexpensive hotel room right here in the comfort of our home. I’ve compiled 13 simple and inexpensive changes you can make to your room to make it feel more like a hotel suite.

How to spend less on subscription-based services

Does your dog need quality food every day? There’s a subscription for that! Do you want to receive monthly beauty boxes? There’s a subscription for that too! You name it, there is a subscription for it! From the outset, a subscription may save you loads of money, but when you have multiple subscriptions, it can add hundreds of dollars to your bill.

How do you keep the convenience and still spend less on subscription-based services?

5 Second Rule for Wardrobe Decluttering Motivation

A few years ago there was a trend that was sweeping the nation. The 5-second rule made popular by Mel Robbins. What the 5-second rule does is stop your brain from thinking. Well, it stops it from over-thining. People have changed their lives, habits and made the world around them a better place because of the 5-second rule. Well, funny thing, this 5-second rule can also come in handy when you’re in serious need of wardrobe decluttering motivation! In fact, it might be the absolute best way to declutter your closet once and for all. Let me break it down for you.

Financially Prepare for a Recession. 10 Moves You Can Make Today

Things have been going pretty great in our economy for a while and now there is talk of a new recession. In fact, some people believe sessions can even be predicted. When that happens talk quickly happens about how to prepare for a recession.

Whether or not there is any way to accurately predict when a recession will hit, there is no doubt that one will eventually be upon us. It’s been almost 10 years since our last recession and if we could survive that, we can survive the next one. But how?

Here are 10 moves you can make today to help you financially prepare for a recession no matter when it might hit.

Get Rid of Half Your Stuff and Downsize Your Life Even With Kids!

Three years ago we downsized our house from 3,400 square feet to 1,300 finished square feet. Doing this forced us to clear out over half of our belongings and get intentional about what we wanted to keep in our lives. If you are ready to get rid of half your stuff and take your life back, I’m here to help you out!

Keep in mind, we downsized with kids! That means half the toys, half the clothes…everything. I promise, it’s possible as long as you know where to start.