How personable to others about your finances you are makes a difference in your family’s lives and future. Check out these 3 ways to become more personable.
The guest post I have lined up for you today is going to hit most of us in our gut. It’s all about how much we’re spending on food in our budget. I know in my budget, our family has always had a hard time with this, but we’re slowly getting it more and more under control! Today, Kyle from Dollar Diligence is back to share some tips on how to save money on your groceries. Last time he was here, he told us his story of how he paid off $33,000 of student loans on a teacher’s salary. Take it […]
If saving money is your goal, we need to make it a clear goal. Make your goals better by measuring them, setting a time-frame and giving a purpose to them.
Kyle shares how he paid off over $33,000 in 18 months while earning a teacher’s salary! Check out his tips here to implement on your debt free journey!
Save yourself $10 a month by buying your own cable modem, instead of leasing one.
I have been tossing an idea around in my head for a while now. What’s the best way to grow income? I really feel that there are two ways to do it, but only one of those ways will lead to unstoppable growth. You can get hired on to earn income, e.g. pizza delivery, work a job, etc. Trading Time For Dollars By taking a job, you are always going to be limited to the hours you can put in because you are always trading time for dollars. And we all only have 24 hours in a day. And, even though […]
There are many things out there that we want to buy and we end up impulse buying. In this article, I give you 5 ideas to help you stop impulse buying and making bad purchasing decisions.
Emergencies happen all the time. Dave Ramsey commonly says “it’s not if they will happen, it’s when”. We know that we have to prepare for unexpected events to come up and rear their ugly head at some point. How do you handle emergencies when they happen? There are people out there that use a credit card as their emergency fund. Heck, for a little while we have done this as we build up ours. I don’t recommend going this route as common sense would ask, “why are you adding more debt during an emergency”? As we build our emergency fund, we are […]
Cutting costs to some simple things in your life can really help save money in the long run. Check out these simple things I’ve given up to save money.
Today, I wanted to tackle a question that I found on Facebook: I have direct deposit with my paycheck. How do you recommend doing the envelope system after my paycheck has already been deposited? By having direct deposit, you are already making your life easier. You are having your money deposited into your account, many times sooner than expected in my experience, and don’t usually have any wait time to access your funds. That is very nice news! As far as doing the envelope system after it’s already been deposited, all you have to do is make a nice little […]