Hi, I’m Renee.
I’m a busy working mom, lover of books, and type-A kind of gal with a serious sweet tooth. My mission here is to help other working mothers simplify life and manage the family finances and home.
Do any of these things sound familiar?
You feel like you’re always working hard, and you’re making your payments, but you’re just not seeing progress on debt.
You’re so busy juggling work, kids, your spouse and your home that it’s hard to find time for you.
You’ve got a “throw all that crap in there” room (or two) that you use to clean the house when people come over.
You wish there was an “easy button” to get your house, your finances and your schedule in order, because you know others that seemingly have it all perfect and under control, but you just can’t seem to find the time.
I’ve been there.
One day I woke up and realized that even with two well-paying jobs, my husband and I had both let go of the wheel and racked up a lot of debt just living life. We were so busy with the day to day that we didn’t stop to get organized at home or with our money. When we experienced a job loss, we realized we needed a new handle on our finances and life – because ours had fallen off. My “free time” was spent trying to clean the house, spend some kind of quality time with the kids, and just survive, while I already hadn’t been able to fit regular working out in my schedule for a few years. There was so much clutter around the house that I could barely breathe, and I didn’t feel joy in my own space. We needed change.
Since then, I’ve worked hard to ways to make every day just a little bit easier, to save money and help my own family work toward getting out of debt, and just in general, to have a little fun. I brought our grocery budget in line and eliminated hundreds in wasteful spending. We learned how to do things ourselves to save money. We became intentional with our money – and have seen progress on the debt. We found that organizing our house gave us more time, more money and less stress. I found a new creative outlet. We’ve still had fun, and our kids are happy and well-adjusted.
Would it be valuable to you to:
Have actionable tips that can make your life simpler and more efficient?
Have a framework and processes to help crush your debt for good?
Conquer your family’s food budget healthfully, while also saving yourself precious time and stress?
Develop better routines, habits, and systems to overcome the general overwhelm?
Sound good? I’ll regularly share useful information designed to help you out-
With Your Money — Managing your money is super important when you’re trying to eliminate stress and get more balance in your life. When you’re stressed about money, it’s hard to focus on anything else. I’ll share tips on how you can save more, spend smartly, and how to organize your family finances.
At Home — I’ve talked to countless moms who stress about dinner and meal planning, groceries and organization – and they don’t need to. Together we’ll implement steps to simplify life so there’s less stress and more time for fun.
For You — One of the first things to get pushed to the bottom of the list is you. Some of the things I share are creative projects or ways to make life more fun. Because it’s important to recharge your own batteries once in a while.
Let’s stay in touch. Feel free to reach out to me at any time, and be sure to subscribe to the email list and get a note from me each week.