Head over to Toni’s blog and check out all of the wonderful projects and be sure to check out the link to my Bullet Journal post! Just click the button below to check out the link party!
Another link party post! Head over to check out all of the projects and recipes linked up at A Bowl Full of Lemons and while you’re there, check out my previous post about “Cheesy” Crab Alfredo linked up at #170!
It’s about time! I have been wanting to put a budget system in place for our family for some time now, but never knew where to begin. I want to make sure bills are paid, spending is in check, and debts are paid down.
I’ve mentioned my favorite blog before, and right now A Bowl Full of Lemons is running a budgeting series. She uses a zero based system similar to Dave Ramsey’s system.
Head here to check it out. I would recommend downloading her printables as well. The $10 you’ll shell out is well worth it because she uses those same pages when leading you through her system.
Happy budgeting everyone! Here’s to our financial freedom!
You may have seen my mention of my favorite blog, A Bowl Full of Lemons in an earlier post. The creator, Toni Hammersley, recently started a book club that you can learn more about here.
The last book we read, Friendship Bread by Darien Gee, inspired me and a couple of girlfriends to get our own starter going. My friend Carly took the ball and ran with it!
I am currently on day six of my starter. Now unfortunately, it was made with milk so I won’t be enjoying the fruits of my labor, but the boys will! I’ll be baking on day ten and making two variations to keep; cherry cheesecake friendship bread and coffee toffee friendship bread. After that’s done and the starters are handed out to friends and family, I plan on making my own starter using almond milk so it’s dairy-free.
Stay tuned for another post when the baking fun happens!
If you’re interested in reading the book and making your own starter for friendship bread, you can purchase the book here.