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I get it! Budgeting is soo frustrating!!!
There’s always the feeling like you are throwing money away because you aren’t budgeting well.
My life completely changed when I realized it wasn’t just me totally failing at making a budget work.
I was trying to budget, but in all the wrong ways.
It took me many stressful years to realize how I was budgeting was all wrong!!
Then something clicked and I learned what actually made a budget successful. And they are such simple, easy changes!
I can’t wait to show you how to have a successful budget too!!
If you feel like you are alone in having a budgeting mess, I’ve been there too.
But, now I know how to budget successfully and easily. Let’s do this together, ok?
I will teach you how to have a successful budget of your own and even how to love your budget in the process!!!
If you're ready for...
- A budget that (finally) works for you!
- Motivation to stick with a budget!
- Becoming debt free and building your savings!
- Reaching the point of financial freedom where you can do what you've always dreamed of!
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Hi! I’m Charissa. I’m on a mission to help hardworking women overcome money struggles and gain financial peace with a Biblical perspective so they can have the freedom to impact their families and communities. Ready to make some changes that will impact your finances in 2020? Click here to get a free worksheet to help you make it happen!
Tanya @ Mom's Small Victories says
This is a great printable (or what I can see of it anyway). I always analyze and incorporate the unexpected expenses into the next year’s budget. Thanks for sharing with Small Victories Sunday Linkup. Pinning to our linkup board and hope you found some great posts to visit this week!
Thank you Tanya, you are ahead of the game! I don’t think many people really analyze unexpected expenses in order to plan for them in the future. Thanks for pinning this post.