Free Printable: Net Worth Chart

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My husband and I have (finally!) paid off all of our credit card debt.  We are without credit card debt for the first time in our decade-long marriage.  I feel as though a huge weight has been lifted.

We had as much as $40,000 at one time in 2010, and we paid all but $4,000 of it off that same year while my husband was deployed.  But then we hit a rough patch after he left the military, and we started using our cards again.  When we buckled down in March of last year, we had just under $30,000 of credit card debt.  That amount didn’t include my husband’s vehicle debt (around $8,000 at the time) and student loan (around $6,000 at the time).  It also didn’t include the two other debts we are working on paying off now:  my vehicle loan (around $17,000 currently; it was $24,000 at the beginning of the year) and my student loan (around $49,000 currently; this one was $53,000 in January).

All that said, I’m finding looking at our old net worth charts VERY motivating these days!  So I’m posting a free printable one here on the blog today for those of you who are keeping track of your debt payoff and savings progress.

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Hello Again!

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I’m currently working on transferring my blog from Blogger to WordPress.  The reason is simple:  I’m having time-consuming and frustrating problems getting graphics uploaded on Blogger’s platform. My latest post on Blogger doesn’t have its featured image because I can’t get it to upload–or even to link from the direct address here on WordPress.

At any rate, you can currently find previous posts here on WordPress and at Blogger.  New posts will be posted on both platforms for a few weeks until I’ve migrated my entire blog.  I’m two posts behind on WordPress right now, but I hope to get them uploaded on November 1st.

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Free Printable: Weekly To Do List

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Last week, I offered a free to do list as the weekly free printable.  This week, I’m offering another, this time one so that you can plan on Sunday what tasks you need to handle for your week.

By now you know the drill.  Just click the link below.

As always, make sure you read the terms of use on the first page of the download.  And again, since I’m offering this printable for free, I’d appreciate your sharing this page with someone else who would find it helpful by clicking on the image that looks like this at the top and bottom of this page.

If you have any suggestions for this printable, please let me know by leaving a comment below.  I’ll respond within a week or so.

Blessings,

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Free Printable: To Do List

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Does it ever seem as if your to do list is never-ending?  I’m looking over my own to do list this morning, and while I can see progress in the number of tasks we need to get done, it’s definitely a two steps forward, one step back thing. 

That said, I created a to do list, and I’m offering it for download here. 

Just click the link below.

As always, make sure you read the terms of use on the first page of the download.  Also, since I’m offering this printable for free, I’d appreciate your sharing this page with someone else who would find it helpful by clicking on the image that looks like this at the top and bottom of this page.

If you have any suggestions for this printable, please let me know by leaving a comment below.  I’ll respond within a week or so. 

Blessings,

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Free Printable: Budget

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I said last month that our household was starting a spending moratorium, and I offered a free printable spending journal.  Now I’m offering a free budget printable. 

Just click the download link below.

As always, make sure you read the terms of use on the first page of the download.  Also, since I’m offering this printable for free, I’d appreciate your sharing this page with someone else who would find it helpful by clicking on the image that looks like this at the top and bottom of this page.

If you have any suggestions for this printable, please let me know by leaving a comment below.  I’ll respond within a week or so.

Blessings,

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Free Printables: October 2019 and September 2020 Calendars

It’s the first day of October!  If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you know that means it’s time to review your calendar for the upcoming month if you haven’t already.

If you’d like a free printable October 2019 calendar, you can get one at the download link below.

The first day of the month is also a good time to review your previous month’s calendar and start preparing your calendar for the same month next year.  You can get a free printable September 2020 calendar at the download link below.

Yes, these printable calendars are free.  But I’d appreciate it if you’d reward my time and effort by sharing the link to this page.  Just click on the icon that looks like this at the top or bottom of the post:  
A reminder:  Each printable on this blog has the terms of use (TOU) as its front page.  Please read that page carefully for the complete terms and conditions.

I hope these calendars are helpful.  If you have any input on the calendars, comment below, and I’ll respond within a week or so.  

Blessings,

Review: Reusable Silicone Dishwashing Gloves

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Amazon is a bit like Vanilla Ice:  If you have a problem, Amazon can (try to?) solve it with one product or another.

Sadly, an increasing number of those products are made in China as Amazon works to compete with Alibaba.  And unsurprisingly, I’m finding more and more problems with a lot of those items.  As an example, I bought dishwashing gloves for $7.55 a week or so ago.

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Free Printable: Baby Month Signs

As I’ve mentioned multiple times, I’m preparing for a new addition to our household.  While preparing, I made some monthly signs for pictures.  I’m posting those as a free printable here, starting with the one for the first month.

Just click on the link below to download it.

Please do read the terms of use on the first page of the printable before using the file.   Also, since I’m currently offering this printable for free, would you mind sharing this page with someone else who would find it helpful by clicking on the image that looks like this at the top and bottom of this page?

I would so appreciate it!  I’m trying to get to 500 visits a month by October, and October will be here before you know it!

If you’ve found this printable helpful, please let me know by leaving a comment below.  I’ll respond within a week or so.

Update (as of 11/12/2019):  I’ve added the 2 month and 3 month printables to this download.

Blessings,

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