Well, in reality, one net income would be $4000/month. But I figure if I can get it down to $3500 that leaves room for unexpected things as well as some steady savings.Real food, enough sleep, and getting outside with the kids all combine to a pretty powerful boost to your health, which is a great way to boost the budget, too.I've noticed that, just as with food, I'm somewhat in a rut with respect to this. Because I'm tired, I buy easy food, which costs a lot, which isn't healthy, which makes me tired. I'm so busy/tired that when the kids finally go to bed I stay up late to get other things done or just have "me" time, which makes me tired. I'll try to work on this. And, you know, I had not thought about getting bloodwork or anything. But low iron and thyroid disease run in my family. So it may be time to get it checked.I got great suggestions for some make ahead meals and am going to start there tomorrow. Then, if I'm not cooking during the week, I should have an extra hour to play with the kids.
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