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These are the two boys that give me an adventure everyday! We hope to enlighten you on our stories and what we've learned about being frugal, from diapers to cable bills.
Bored at home during the Corona Virus quarantine? How about making a bit of money from home to help supplement lost income, or just to keep yourself busy during the long days while you're isolated at home alone? Multiple states have now issued stay at home orders, and as a Stay at Home Parent, I … Continue reading Work from Home Ideas During the Corona Virus
We all know that pain of walking through your living room and stepping onto the sharpest pain ever felt by mankind, AKA the LEGO. Therefore, I sought out a cheap LEGO table for my two boys. Hoping they could use the top to build on and also have drawers to maintain the inevitable mess. Well … Continue reading DIY Mini Lego Table with Drawers for $15
Being the frugal Dad I am, I always seek new ways of reusing what I already have on hand. This is a simple DIY project that helps reuse containers from old powder drink mixes. You can use this holder for toothbrushes, pens, or anything else you can think of! It's better for the environment, helps … Continue reading DIY Pen Holder
How do I know which forms to expect? Taxes are already complicated enough, but now you work two jobs, or maybe just do some side hustle to keep afloat. This means that by January 31st, you're going to be expecting multiple forms in the mail that report your income earned over the past year. In … Continue reading How to File Taxes with W-2 and 1099 Side Jobs
Gig work is a term used to refer to all of the new delivery and rideshare platforms that have been on the rise in recent years. If you worked for any of the big gig work companies, such as Uber, UberEats, Doordash, Lyft, Grubhub, or Postmates, then you should expect a 1099-MISC or 1099-K form … Continue reading 1099 Taxes for Delivery and Rideshare Drivers