Affordable Outfits for Spring!

I don’t know about you all, but I am getting some serious spring fever over here. It’s been so hot in Charleston that I am wanting to bust out my summer clothes, but am settling for some spring ones! As you can tell, I’m going through an obsession with off the shoulder right now 🙂

12 Ways to Make Money Online

Do you want to make money from home on your own time? Here are 12 legitimate ways to make money online.Thank goodness for the internet. There are so many ways you can make money online from the comfort of your own home.

I encourage everyone to find at least one way to make money outside of their full-time job. I could go on and on about why you need a side hustle, but, to keep it brief, it will help you get out of debt, build a business, act as career insurance, and help you meet your savings goals SO much faster.

Like I said, there are many ways to make money online, but I wanted to hit on some of my favorites, including what I do to make money. So here it is!

1) Blog

I’m sure it’s no surprise that blogging is the first thing I list. Blogging is a great way to earn money because you’re able to blog about anything that interests you.

Though you probably won’t make money from blogging immediately, there is no limit to what you can earn if you put in the work. I make a good chunk of money from this blog, and it opened up the doors to other ways of making money online.

If you’re interested in starting a blog quickly, easily, and affordably, you can follow my tutorial here, where I list out everything in detail.

2) Freelance writing

My blog allowed me to find clients who pay me to write for them. How amazing is that?! Never in my dreams did I imagine I would be earning money through writing.

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How We Spent $13,000 Less Than Average on Our Wedding

If you don’t follow me on my Instagram, you might not know I got married! We got married in early March and had all of our friends and family in Iowa come down to Charleston.

I talked a lot about my wedding planning woes, because 1) I’m an introvert and felt way over my head with this wedding and 2) weddings are crazy expensive, especially in Charleston. It was two aspects were I was uncomfortable, but in the end, I’m glad we spent money to have a big wedding.

In the end, we ended up spending $15,000 for a big wedding in Charleston. This might sound like a lot of money or a little depending where you’re from. All I know is I worked extremely hard to keep this wedding on the frugal side, so I’m proud we spent that much!

Here is how we did it:

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