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A Day in the Life PART 2 (Frugal Family of 8!)

**A Day in the Life PART 2 (Frugal Family of 8!)**



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hey phoebs nation it's jordan page from fun cheaper free calm and today is part two of a day in the frugal life oh yeah two weeks ago you saw part one and you loved it so much I decided to come back with part two if you have not watched part one you got to go back and watch it what I do is walk you through an entire day a real day in my life but I show you all of the many many ways that my family stays organized and saves money so go back and watch that first I will link it below but I'm just gonna pick right up where we left off with part two was doing call me excessive but our house has a lot of square footage and so our power bill can be astronomical if we're not careful I have it that we have created in our helps is to turn off the lights every time you leave a room shut the doors because it traps the heat or the cool where you want it also I double check my thermostats every time I walk away just to make sure the heat or air is not still on but one thing you might want to consider too is smart thermostats our house is not new it is actually it's over 20 years old and we had didn't come in and replace all of our thermostat with smart ones and so we can set them up on a schedule certain times of day that everything turns off and on in case we forget and that has been really helpful I believe I still have a coupon code for Vivint if you want to look into it we love it it's our security system also so I will link that below as you guys have seen and our other return reef routine videos our rule which means Bubba and I is the last one to leave the bed makes it Bubba was the last one to leave the bed this morning and he made it kind of I feel like if you haven't made bed your whole room looks cleaner even though I have stuff all over the floors so I'm actually gonna take 30 seconds and make this nice it gets really cold here in Utah and our room is like all windows and so it can get really cold or really hot in here one of the things that we do is we put blackout curtains in so that in the summer it keeps it really cool in here so we don't have to run the air in the winter we have a lot of blankets on our bed so at night we stay warm yeah I'm just gonna go ahead and make this real quick make it look a little nice okay now that my bed is made I'm gonna take a few minutes and get ready for the day and I can't believe I'm showing you this but this is part of my process clothing is one thing that I love I have a lot of it I like a lot of options I'm not a capsule wardrobe person by any shape of the imagination I like a lot of options and I have the space for it but I don't want to spend a lot of money so I can't believe I'm showing you this but one thing that I do seeing is how we are transitioning from from summer into fall winter is how do I turn this darn thing around hold on I like to rotate my clothes so right now I'm going through my closet and pulling out all of my spring and summer clothes I am currently just putting them in a pile Here I am making a separate pile of all the things that I didn't wear that I need to get rid of and the way that I know whether I wore them or not is I flip my hanger around when I hang the item back up so if I grab something to wear it when I go to return it to the closet I flip the hanger so then when it comes time to rotate my closet I can look at anything that isn't flipped and know that I should probably get rid of it and give it to someone else keep pile I've got kind of a toss or donate pile going here and then this is the bin that has fall winter clothes in it and I'm taking those out and then I will replace all of my fall winter stuff with my spring summer stuff I'm always keeping tabs on what I have is it worth keeping and it feels like Paulding new wardrobe every six months or so and I really I find that it cuts down on my desire or need to go shopping very often so that is one way that I save a lot of money and then in terms of the clothes that I buy if you guys follow me on Instagram I like to share my outfits with you but most of my stuff is from TJ Maxx or Ross Amazon and then otherwise shop and that have daily deals stuff like that I'm pretty simple I do not like to spend a lot in my clothes but I like them to look nice and stainer my work block is about to start and if you guys know anything you know that I live and die by my blog schedule system I've got a video about it link below and stay tuned you guys I'm so excited for the last few months we have been working on a block schedule planner and they are coming to market so soon hopefully as early as January 2020 right in time for the new year so stay tuned and I have designed the most amazing planner for you guys to help you organize your blocks and get your to dues done during the day too okay but I'm not ready yet I made a few mistakes today number one normally I get dressed very first thing when I wake up I didn't do that today and I am NOT ready for the day yet but you know what I was filming today and everything takes longer and part of the block schedule system is being flexible so I'm going to catch up on some work stuff and while I'm reading emails or watching Marco Polo's or doing things that don't need my hands I will be doing my makeup and multitasking and it's going to be just fine there's not a lot that I'll be able to show you while I'm working but when it comes to doing my makeup I am a big believer in mixing normal like drugstore everyday makeup and name-brand more high-end makeup in fact even for my foundation I literally blend a board of Maybelline matte poreless foundation with a high-end Lancome foundation I do one little squirt of each so I literally do both ignore that basket of clothes that need to be put away at least the bed is made right one thing I'm doing I'm getting ready is setting my girls preschool up on autopay I don't like having to manually pay for something every month because then there's a chance that if I forget then I'll be slapped with a late fee and those add up if we can budget for it I like to pay for something all the way up front so I don't have payments but in this case since it's a full school year we are going to pay one month at a time so it's not such a big chunk but I am setting it up on auto pay so the first of every month it automatically drafts from my account and I can even schedule a day for the payments to end so I don't accidentally overpay by a month also if I'm drafting automatically from my bank account versus a credit card it saves me about a 6% processing fee so I'm doing all those things right now in the long run it definitely saves some coin chips cheese [Applause] hello Davey's about to head off to school you eating some good lunch okay say goodbye have a good day I said hello and goodbye to the girls I'm gonna keep working and finishing my [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] it is a lunchtime I am starving and today for lunch I'm eating leftovers we went out with some friends this weekend and we had a gift card so we went to Macaroni Grill I got so full off of their free bread and bottomless soup I pretty much about to take home my whole entree so I am eating that for lunch I cannot wait I'm so hungry love is here it's not mmm but what did you do for lunch I had a business meeting and it was paid for by the person who took me out what so we're both eating out for lunch and both of us didn't have to pay anything today for it I mean I bought it at one point but her 1 kiloton ended two maybe three it'll be three nice work and now we're sitting next to each other working Oh our little hour of work aren't we cute alright I just laid McEwan down whoa whoa whoa for his afternoon nap though he's just partying in his beds I don't know if he's actually gonna sleep the kids are about to walk through the door any minute from school so we are gonna get an after school snack going and then I got a rush my daughter off to dance and then we'll do dinner and we'll go from there the calm before the storm enjoy it's the second and that didn't last for long hi Guys hi Guys hi guys so here's Priya she's getting ready for dance she's got a late night tonight so she is packing her own little dinner to eat it dance to tighten her over till she can come home we buy the big packs from Costco so we don't have to go through a drive-through show you how we keep them warm so when you have these little contigo containers whoops that we got from Costco and you just put a folded napkin or paper towel on the bottom you know what go get a second one I think that's too full if you put hot food in them it will remain hot seriously all day it's like amazing so this is how we pack leftovers or real food for lunch or dinner I just dropped Priya off at dance and I just wanted to take a quick minute to talk about extracurricular activities because my gosh they can really add up and be expensive I actually did an entire video on budgeting for and how to afford or how to know whether you can afford extracurricular activities for your kids or not so I will link that below but for me a few things that we do to save money because extracurriculars for us are really important even though we have a big family we've got six kids and another two on the way we feel like we don't want the size of our family to hinder our kids abilities to develop their talents and to do and try the things that they want to do and try all of my kids do their activities at the same place so any of my kids who want to dance we chose one studio and they all dance their each sibling gets a discount on their class each month so the first sibling is full price but then each subsequent siblings are discounted we also save up throughout the year and then pay for the full year in advance for classes and costumes which is a big chunk of money up front but then we get a big discount we hand our dance shoes or as many dance items down as possible or we go buy them used from a place like kid to kid where you can get sporting equipment that's used and then otherwise I have a lot of chips in that video that I will link below now it's time to head home and get to the crazy time to get it dinner wrong it is 4:30 I've got my chicken it was cooked I shredded it up and then I'm basically going to divide it into ooh fourths depending on how much I need two servings for the two casseroles tonight and then one or two servings for the freezer we'll see how far I can stretch it one of the things that we have done to cut down on extracurricular costs is we canceled all of our music lessons because the piano lessons we're getting astronomical because they were like 30 dollars per lesson for a 30-minute lesson per kid for a week it was just it was crazy instead we found a couple music apps one of them is called simply piano and it's $10 per month and it teaches the kids how to play piano with the iPad and it has been great and then there's one called use ition like y-o-u and that one you can actually have other instruments and Priya likes to use it to do voice lessons because she loves to sing we have saved a ton of money this year not doing lessons it's a temporary fix I do think they will need to do lessons when they're a little bit older but for right now it would just really helped us cut down on stuff almost everything you see in this room including the piano itself with all secondhand globes from a yard sale the piano we bought throughs and lots of eyes these were wedding gifts that's above as old guitar from high school right which one at a trade show for tech companies you know people do an easy contest where it's like you drop your business card in a bowl but but I had to like take a picture playing air guitar tweet it you did you like five steps and he was one of the only people who did it and got a really nice guitar these are all secondhand our Halloween decor was purchased after Halloween's to a grocery store actually and they had all of their Halloween stuff on clearance because it was already November and then otherwise a lot of them were like I said from yard sales but I just went shopping in our basement we have a cold storage or cold yeah cold storage cold room in our basement if you build a house make sure they build a cold storage room it's usually like under a deck or a front door or a garage that's normally wasted space and then it stays nice and cold concrete walls and you can store food in there we like to buy extras of things so when I go to the store if pastas on sale I would buy one for now and at least two for later or as many as I can afford depending on how good the sale is and what my budget is that week and it slowly built a stockpile also we will stock up during case lot sales which is where grocery stores will have like a week where instead of buying per can or per package or per bottle you can buy a whole case of usually between 6 or more cans or containers and you get a big discount on that stock up drink a slot sales and keep our own little store in the baseline so everything I need for dinner tonight I did not derive to the store for I like to keep a stash of disposable baking pans I like having various sizes but this 9 by 13 is typically what I use these are also really good for taking dinners to people or for pies or cornbread things like that they are pretty inexpensive you can get them pretty much at any grocery store or in bulk on Amazon so then when I double a meal I can freeze it in something that isn't glass this is kind of a funny frugal tip but one nonetheless is I like to keep little mini spatulas on hand of various shapes and sizes because then when you have a can of something you can get in there and scrape every drop out again sometimes you think those little pennies don't add up but they do you paid for your using it scrape every drum I have another tip for bulk food if you've got a big container of sour cream or cottage cheese turn the container upside down once it's been opened it helps create a better airtight seal on the lid and it helps it last longer and then of course like I mentioned earlier once you get about halfway down the container you're going to want to put it in a smaller container it will make it last longer dinner is done and in the oven I've got two bags of shredded cooked chicken that are ready for the freezer that I can then pull out to make an easy meal in the future I have got my second chicken spaghetti meal ready to go for the freezer I am feeling pretty good about life and the best part is with this meal it only dirtied one pot and one slow cooker so all things considered it was very simple for veggies I have not been to the grocery store today later tonight I'm actually gonna sit down and order my groceries to do a grocery pickup tomorrow the easiest way for me to keep track of my budget because then as I add things to my cart I can make sure I'm within my $200 a week budget the budget recommendation I have for families as $100 per person in your family per month so for my family that would be $800 a month and then you just divide it by week now if you only have one or two of you in your family you would want to start at 300 dollars go up from there so tonight I'm gonna sit down and order my groceries to pick up tomorrow I didn't have time to do that today I'm a little skimpy on fresh veggies so I'm gonna do some frozen peas some frozen corn and then some leftover salad from the other night we're gonna call it a day are you boys up to over here what fixing it yourself instead of taking it to a shop okay so you bought these lights at Walmart and he's teaching how to do it installing in themselves and Hutch finished his mandatory chores or obligations if you will today and so he's been working with Bubba for about an hour so he is earning allowance our kids have daily like mandatory things they have to do that's on their clipboards you kind of have seen our clipboard system I will link that below and then above and beyond that day can earn allowance so he gets a couple bucks for working for an hour with dad so there you go nice work kay dinner's ready another random little frugal tip is at night we give each of our kids a different colored plate Priya's not here which is why we only have four but I make sure there are different colors so that if somebody doesn't finish their there's like a pile of food sitting on someone's plate we know whose it is and we can wrap it up and save it for them for later if they don't get any snacks but they're welcome to reheat their dinner and finish that later if they want a little tip for your parents another frugal thing we do which is kind of funny is if we get takeout or order pizza or whatever and it comes with napkins instead of throwing them away because we hate that it's wasteful we actually keep them and hold on to them we just have this little pile of perfectly good but to shovelled napkin for dinner or whatever it is this was from catering that we ordered for an event they left behind all the napkins and all of the silverware so we reuse these and give them to our kids right $3.99 we actually have our kids shower together I have my three little kids in a shower until they get old enough that it's inappropriate but they're all young and so and we keep an eye on them but it consolidates water then they're in and out in like a couple of minutes and all of them are clean at once they even can help brush each other's hair and wash each other off and it's really great so that's actually something we do otherwise if we were doing six individual shower actually eight individual showers every single night our water mellowed be through the roof and that's a lot of ways so call us crazy ones what we do that's pretty much a day in the life nothing too exciting now got home from Dan Smith Priya cut her some dinner put her to bed Bev and I cleaned up a bit and now we are headed to bed because we are pooped so hopefully that was helpful to show you some of the ways that we save money day to day one of the things I didn't get to today was grocery shopping and I figured I wouldn't so I am going to get ready for bed and then lay in bed and order my groceries on my phone just for grocery pick up at Walmart tomorrow because it doesn't cost anything extra as long as your order is $30 or more which mine will be drop my kids off at school swing by a Walmart they'll load up my groceries and I'm done hopefully that was helpful if it was will you give it a thumbs up please leave a comment below I'm curious to know you do any of these same frugal things or what frugal things you do on a day to day basis now if you guys don't mind I gotta get to bed I'm pooped frugal mama oh hi guys you're supposed to be sleeping you should be sleeping remember say I love you

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**how to save money fast on a low income**



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Low Income Budget — A guide

It can be hard living for a family to live on a limited amount of income. While life may throw some hardships to make life move ahead, there are ways to be able to pay the expenses and get the necessities required for living. Here are some tips to learn how to live on a low income budget, and still enjoy a comfortable life.

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 Household budget is a good practice for a low income family because a budget helps to give a financial picture of how the family is doing even when your financial picture looks the darkest. The income and the expenses need to be balanced. If the expenses are more than the income, expenditure has to be cut.

 The needs and wants of the family have to be distinguished. There are some obvious items are cell phones, housing, electricity, water, telephone, TV, groceries, education and other household expenditure. Entertainment should be a part of living, but decision should be made by enjoying at the minimal cost and by using discounts or free passes.

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confer fashionistas so everybody wanted to know how my nails get done the answer is I do them at home these are the nails that I use they're from Amazon they're from the ICI basket by Nels Gaga you can like I said get on Amazon they're fairly inexpensive so I just took off my nails that I had on before I took them off about two days ago and you want to make sure that your nails are able to breathe for at least one to two days before you go and put more nails back on to your natural nail so I've been doing this about two years I was getting my nails filled in it was just too time-consuming and it was just taking up all my money what you want to do is invest in your nail kit which would be a box of nails these are the stiletto nails here these are the stiletto nails that I like to put on these are my favorite shape and these are the coffin nails they're pretty cool and what's also included in the nail kit a top coat which is shiny and matte so you can differ off what kind of look for one this is quick dry oil by Sally Hansen cuticle softener it's really important you want a cuticle conditioning oil this will keep your nails healthy nail dryer this is my favorite from beauty secrets this is the nail polish dryer buffer and an emery board nail kit which is only like 12 bucks this has like all the tools that you need for at-home manicure hand lotion nail glue I like to use nail glue because I do a lot of moving around and I like to keep my nails on I do not use the sticky tape for my nails because like I said I do a lot of moving around and I want them on but if you need the sticky tape and you cannot keep your nails on for too long because you have a corporate job or your nails cannot stand the nail glue then I'll leave you the link down below where you can get sticky nail tape also this is optional if you want to do your nails like really fancy you can get some stone I have like a bunch of stones you also want to get a stone will and I also have a bunch of different other stones so this may seem like a lot what I showed you but it's a good investment because every time you do your nails it will be free 99 you do not always have to go and get your nails redone because you have the salon at home I'm going to show you what I do after I take off my nose I just buff away the glue you want to make sure your nail bed is smooth this is a high grit buffer so once I buffed away the glue I go in with my 100 to 180 grit emery board and I just shape up my nose you want to go carefully with this kind of emery board because this is really really heavy and it could damage your nail if you're not careful but I like to use this because it shapes my nail really fast and I don't like to continuously go over my nail you also don't want to use this emery board for your nail bed because it could damage your nail bed and strip away the top layer of your nail so after I shape up my nails I'm going to take my nail kit from Amazon I'm going to remove the excess skin on the outer layer of my nails which can cause hang nails and you don't want that you have to be careful when using this tool because it could make you so now what I'm going to do is push my cuticles back and I want to take a cuticle pusher I'm going to take my Sally Hansen instant cuticle remover I'm just going to put a little bit on my nail but you can see the difference in between the nails once I put that cuticle remover on the cuticle is a lot more cleaner and smoother so I'm just going to repeat that for the rest of the nails so once I finish pushing my cuticles back I'm going to take my cuticle oil and then rub it into my nail bed and cuticles you want to make sure you're taking care of your nails underneath the fake ones because if you don't once the fake nails are removed you're going to have like some really really messed up nails and you don't want that you want to make sure your nails are nice and pink like mine you want to make sure you do not have any kind of fungus anything going on in your nails you want to make sure that's handled before you go ahead and do this or let your nail technician take care of it if you don't know how to take care of it yourself so you want to make sure that oil is heavily coated onto your nails and your nail bed and rub it in really good the oil is coated onto my natural nails and I'm going to go wash this off and I'm going to come back and show you how I put on my fake nails so I washed off the oil fingers are nice and clean my nails are nice and clean so what I'm going to do is rough up my nails again because what's going to happen is this glue is going to adhere so much better to a drier nail bed than a smooth nail bed because if you put glue on a smooth nail bed your nails will pop off and it will not last as long we are also going to want to do that if you're using nail glue tape today I'm going to be using this nail glue that I got off of Amazon so I'm going to take the buffer again and rough up my nail bed I want to pick up my nail sizes which I'm pretty good at because I've been doing this for so long now but this part you're going to want to make sure you put enough glue but not a lot of glue if you put a lot of glue it could do damage to your cuticles and you don't want that in your nail bed so I'm just going to put enough so it can hold onto the nail trust me this will last long and you're going to want to start at the cuticle and then push the nail down it's okay if you get an air bubble you're going to hold it there for about five seconds until it's stable enough for you to remove your hand so there we go our first nail this is okay that little air bubble because as long as this part is glued down it will stay on my nail for at least two to three weeks even with that little air bubble we're just going to repeat the same process again you don't want to overdo it with the glue and you want to work fast as possible there we go that one's a little perfect we're just going to hold it down for at least five seconds now if you're scared of nail glue and you're like it's going to do so much damage to your nail like again you can definitely opt out for the sticky nail tape we got a few air pockets in the middle no but that's okay so we're going to let that sit a little bit for about a few seconds another reason why you don't want to apply a lot of glue because that glue can seep down onto your skin and get stuck onto your skin and that's not good when you're applying the glue you want to make sure your nail is up straight it does not go everywhere so I applied all of my nails and my nose feel pretty tight there are a few nail bubbles here there's an oval here and no bubble here but my nails are going to last for about two weeks even with the air bubbles because I've rubbed up the nail bed and this glue is pretty strong you want to make sure that you have a strong glue if you want your nails to stay for a long time so I'm going to take more of this cuticle oil and put it on my cuticles again and Plus this will remove any glue that you may have gotten on your skin you just want to rub that in really good you want to make sure that you have a lot of moisture and your cuticles this does not loosen the glue whatsoever the glue is already set so what I want to do now is wash this off and we're going to get to the polish so before I apply polish on my nails I'm going to just remove this hard Ridge at the tip of the nail these nails come with like a really rough Ridge on them so you want to get rid of that I'm going to go in with a gray polish you know this is the beauty of doing your own nails you can buy as many nail polishes as you want you can put different colors on your nails you can do whatever you want once you have your nails on and it this at least takes about the whole process like about 30 minutes out of your day and again it's nothing there's no freakin time limit on it because it's free this color is called carry by Zoya and I'm just going to go for a gray matte look today I'm going to skip my middle finger cuz I have plans I have plans for the middle finger now if you cannot paint your nails perfectly like if you cannot stay in your nail lines then I do suggest getting a pill off coat base coat so once I have that done I'm just going to go over my nails a second time so I finished painting the nails I wanted gray and I'm just going to see if I want to do a third coat I don't think that's really quite necessary so I'm going to take my big matte top coat by Sally Hansen you want to make sure that the nail color that you just applied is a little dry not all the way just a little dry so you can apply your top coat because you don't want it to smear and leave like negative spaces you don't want to have it seeped through you don't want this color to mess up so just going to want to wait just a few seconds for that top layer to just to get a little dry so I'm going to wait for this to dry up a little bit and then I'm going to move on to my middle nail and show you what I have planned for that now so I'm going to take this whole glitter by sinful colors so I'm going to put a gym on my middle finger and I'm going to just put a dot of topcoat on the back of this so I'm going to put a dot of glue but right here where I'm going to put my gym because these are heavy gems and you're going to have to use glue to place these gems so I want this one I'm just going to place it in the middle of the nail see how pretty that looks I'm going to leave you to the link down below where you can actually purchase these gems I'm going to take my little nail design pen thing I'm going to have a little bit of topcoat on the end of it and pick up the gym and after that I'm just gonna take my shiny top coat just paint over that I like the shiny top coat for gems because it doesn't dole it out it doesn't leave it matte it just keeps it shiny so now my nails are finished and I'm going to wait for this to dry but instead of waiting so long I'm going to take my Sally Hansen dry and go drops you're just going to want to put it all over the nail lightly with your finger and then after I do that I'm going to take my nail dry spray and after I spray the nails I'm just going to put the cuticle oil on my cuticles one last time it's like I said you want to make sure your cuticles are nice and healthy so I'm going to let my nails dry with the dry oil and the dry spray and I want to let this cuticle oil sit in my cuticles and I will be back I just washed my hands and I'm just going to take a cotton ball and wipe away some of that oil that's on the mat so if you want to get rid of the Polish that's on the cuticle usually what I like to do is just wash my hands and it comes off like that but if you're like really really finicky about that and you really want that polish off you can take a q-tip make sure the tip of the q-tip is fairly pointed or even by some pointed q-tips because I do have that and just dip it in the polish remover I'm going to go around the cuticle with the polish remover and just remove any polish this is the honeydew hand cream and I love this stuff this is really really good because it leaves your hands so freakin soft I'm just going to put a little bit on and just put some of that lotion on my hands get a nice and soak so that was how I do my nails at home it's a very easy DIY all you got to do is buy all of these things that's just one-time investment into your nail kit and the rest is history you can do your nails as many times as you want do as many design you want like it's endless there's endless possibilities and like I said that there's different nail shapes leave you to all of the links down below to everything that I use in this video it took about an hour because I was filming but if it was just me no camera and no talking it would have taken me like at least 30 minutes just pop a buck but the nails on polish put the little crystals on and I would have been done and the nail dryers just shortened that time even more I hope that you enjoyed this tutorial and let me know if you're going to try this elf is so tired of going to the nail salon paying somebody else for something that I can do and plus I'm paying for nails that's just only gonna last two weeks so if I'm going to have some nails that's gonna last two weeks I'd rather just pay 399 every two weeks to do my own nails and plus like I said these are really really strong but if you want them stronger you can buy hard as raps put them as your base coat and just go on with your days any nail technicians don't yell at me okay if I made a mistake it's okay this is just a DIY do-it-yourself because ain't nobody got time for it and I want you to stay plus-sized and stay beautiful fashion Jones bye

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