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please friend, just hire someone to clean your home!

As a working mama who actually wants to spend time with her babies, the best thing we ever did was hire a bi-weekly cleaning team for our home. There. I said it. There is truly nothing better than outsourcing the cleanliness of our toilets and I want to shout it from the rooftops. I want...

Managing Household Finances // Create Your Binder {series, part one}

Already know all about the Home Finance Binder System from previous posts? This is the first in a 3-part series. This post was updated on June 14, 2020 Once upon a time (2014 to be exact), a young, married 20-something career girl realized her money tracking methods were in disarray and she had a terrible...

How we survived our “No Spend” month

Have you ever attempted to set a monthly budget and really, truly stick to it? Husband and I never did before my January Directive this year. We “talked” about budgeting in the past but it was mostly “let’s grocery shop more and not eat all the sushi.” That doesn’t count as budgeting. We were so...

The Icebreaker

Hey there, I'm Jessica!

I used to glorify "busy." If I wasn't busy, I wasn't doing enough. But when I became a mama, my entire outlook shifted.

 

The only way out involved a complete overhaul of my time, money & communication systems.

 

Today, I'm doing LESS and achieving more.

It's a productivity dream!

I'm still learning (and always will be!), but my purpose here is to help YOU achieve this level of space in your life too.

 

So grab your (hot) coffee & read on >>

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