For all my fellow last-minute shoppers and last-minute wrappers, I am giving you some Christmas freebies!

Because I love monochrome (2018 Christmas theme over here!) and I love you, all these printable Christmas labels and tags are black and white. Also makes for easier printing and will cost you less.

These are all perfect for printing on regular paper, but looks superb on a colour paper as well. For a sturdier gift tag, print on cardboard. (Try recycled cardboard, or brown cardboard for a special and vintage look, and tie with twine!)

Download each PDF individually as you need, or download and print them all so you are certain you have enough for this year and 2019.

Have fun, and share these!!

Love,

Simone

With the Summer holidays officially here, I’m sure you have loads of fun family activities planned, or already packed for your holiday at Gran’s. But if you’re like me, and the holiday just sprung up on you before you were even able to think about it, and your kids are waking you up at the crack of dawn with “What are we doing today? Where are we going?”, then just maybe this is the blog for you. 

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Black Friday specials! Christmas deals! Limited time offers! Never to be repeated deals! Sale, sale, SALE!!! Read more

(Budgeting Tips)

 

If you read my blogs on how I cut my grocery budget in half, your curiosity most probably got the better of you, and you wanted to see if my method can actually help you save as well… I am certain you were just as surprised as I was the first time I tried this. IT WORKS!!

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We were recently so inspired by The Budget Mom – how she paid off over $25 000 of credit card debt off within 4 months, that we started believing we could too. Read more

The feedback we received after last week’s budgeting method was amazingly positive (filled with a generous amount of curiousity, of course!) But it seems as though the main questions were 1) What does an average week’s meals look like on a R600 budget? And 2) What is included in your grocery budget and what goes into your “other” budget.

Let’s face it. Grocery shopping can be a real hassle. If you’re anything like me, you’ve been trying to keep to a certain budget, but you’re not entirely sure if you’re really keeping within that budget and how much you’re really spending. You guess (and hope!) that the budget you’ve set out, is the one you’re actually spending.