Budgeting helped us pay off $127K in debt. You can read our story in Slaying the Debt Dragon: How One Family Conquered Their Money Monster and Found an Inspired Happily Ever After.
Just getting started in the budgeting process? I’m so excited to offer a FREE cute printable budget form to kickstart your efforts. I’ve brainstormed every category I could to help you think through every area of spending. There’s space for the areas specific to you.
It’s always the perfect time of the year to begin evaluating your finances and getting your spending under control. Both the budget form and money expenditure log will help you do that. You can choose to print in primarily black and white or in purple (what else would a royal love?). We’ve attached them a few different ways so you can pick and choose which files you want to print.
- Monthly Budget and Money Expenditure Log (Color)
- Monthly Budget and Money Expenditure Log (Black & White)
- Monthly Budget Form (Color)
- Monthly Budget Form (Black & White)
- Money Expenditure Log (Color)
- Money Expenditure Log (Black & White)
Don’t forget all of the other resources available on the FREE Printables tab on the upper right menu bar. Included among the other handy items we’ve created to help your Debt Slaying Journey are:
- FREE Printable Menu Planner & Grocery List
- FREE Printable Kids Budget Envelopes
- FREE Printable Cash Envelopes
- Seven FREE Printable Christmas Budget Forms
A quick word to the wise. If you don’t have regular income, that’s OK. You still need to budget. Begin with either what your family earned in the prior year for income or known income. Getting a good handle on your regular expenses will help with sporadic income when it does arrive so that you have a “hit list” of where that money will go rather than spending wildly in the meantime and in between time.
What are you waiting for? Get to printing and begin your Financial Happily Ever After right now!
Thanks to Lady Jackie of Strong Tower Design for her design efforts!