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We have been very budget conscious while doing this project, and I have paid for a lot of things myself with my small but reliable “nest egg.” I have painted, designed, hunted down things at IKEA and Craigslist and done a pretty good job on a tight budget.

So don’t let him fool you…yes the floors were a big expense (around $5K), but he installed them himself (and did an excellent job.) And lets not also forget that we are increasing the square footage of our home by 1/3 and adding serious value to it as well.

In a week or so, I will post photos of the finished playroom and bedroom. For those following along with the basement finishing project you will know that this has been a painful experience for me. The Amex bill arrived and I knew that it was going to be painful. All the items we had purchased in December including the hard wood floors were on this months statement. So mistakenly I am thinking we are going to slow down the basement project so that I can pay off what we have done so far. Hope had decided that getting the kids play room and a guest room completed was priority number one.

So I started looking for ways to pinch pennies which brings me to this weeks blog post about Ikea.

I recently had a revelation that if I were to come back in another life it would be as a Hair Stylist!

Geez, the amount that females will spend at the “salon” is insane. Face it guys, you know these folks that own the salons are sitting back and laughing at you.

They know there is absolutely nothing you can do to deter your wife from spending boatloads to get her hair done! I know the hubby just posted a blog about how painful it is for him to finish the basement…blah blah blah! We have been in this house for over five years with the plan to finish the basement in “a year or two.” Well each year would come and go, and still no basement.

We have desperately needed a playroom and a guest room and so now we almost have that.

You see the original plan was a nice wall of built-in shelving in the kids room.

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  1. Business Name has been in business for over XX years.

  2. We specialize in helping local businesses like yours with all their online marketing needs.

  3. We specialize in Facebook Marketing, Mobile Marketing, Video Marketing, etc.

  4. Okay, short post this week as I am a bit lacking for words.

  5. We have been very budget conscious while doing this project, and I have paid for a lot of things myself with my small but reliable “nest egg.” I have painted, designed, hunted down things at IKEA and Craigslist and done a pretty good job on a tight budget.

  6. So don’t let him fool you…yes the floors were a big expense (around K), but he installed them himself (and did an excellent job.) And lets not also forget that we are increasing the square footage of our home by 1/3 and adding serious value to it as well.

  7. In a week or so, I will post photos of the finished playroom and bedroom. For those following along with the basement finishing project you will know that this has been a painful experience for me. The Amex bill arrived and I knew that it was going to be painful. All the items we had purchased in December including the hard wood floors were on this months statement. So mistakenly I am thinking we are going to slow down the basement project so that I can pay off what we have done so far. Hope had decided that getting the kids play room and a guest room completed was priority number one.

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