Thanks so much! We are excited to join the family of four club.. just checked out and am now following your blog - Credit card diet - You can do it!!! Looking forward to experiencing some of your adventures and probably joining you along the way! =)
Thanks Viv yes I'm constantly exhausted. My 4 year old is in the questioning stage now and it is driving me crazy that I can't walk or drive ten feet with out a "mom what is that" " what is what" "THAT" "I don't know what THAT is" UGH and it goes on and on ha ha. I'll check out your blog and follow. Thanks for saying hello.
Hi Thanks for the comment and the welcome. I like your blog and think it a great idea and added myself as a follower. We currently live on one income but we do use credit cards for somethings.
That is awesome you traveled so much as well. Some of the countries I have traveled to are but I don't have time to list them all are (lol): Cuba, Brazil. Argentina, Paraguay, South Africa, Ghana, Tanzania, India, South Korea, Vietnam, China, Japan, England, France, Spain, Netherlands, Sweden, Denmark, Belgium, Switzerland, Italy, Greece, Turkey, Syria
Hi Viv! Thanks so much for the welcome and for checking out my blog! I love yours :) I can totally relate! We are a family on one income with NO credit cards! It's not easy lol! I just became a follower and I look forward to reading more!
Hi, thanks for looking at my blog. I'm impressed with your blog! We are also trying to live without credit cards, but it is very hard and I'm afraid we aren't doing that great with it actually. I love some of your posts and ideas of ways to save. I'm following your blog now and I'm excited to see your posts!!
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I became the mother at the age of 20. The feeling I got is inexpressible. I was not prepared to take this responsibility. I was unemployed. My mother died when I was very young. I had to struggle a lot to earn a livelihood. It was a very struggling era of my time. I cried when I…