If you could go back in time and give yourself some personal finance advice, what would you tell yourself? Some bloggers weigh in here.
Looking for tips to help your family save on your clothes, home or food? Check out these great tips Fehmeen from Top Money Hacks put together!
We all have a different approach to money. Some of us know where every dime goes. Others have a more “flexible” approach to dollars and cents. But whatever your philosophy about money, what you need is a budget to help guide you and meet both short- and long-term goals.
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 […]
Make your 2017 New Year’s resolution to finally get rid of your debt. Doing so will help you have a breakthrough year for your financial life.
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!
Christmastime can be expensive, but it doesn’t have to be. Check out how to do these 7 family Christmas traditions on a budget this Christmas season.
An attitude of gratitude can have a profound effect on your personal finances. Gratitude helps you in many ways financially. Check out these 5.
Planning out how you will spend your paycheck on purpose and on paper before you receive the money is a surefire way to increase your cash flow.
Lately, I’ve been working on building out one of our rooms in our basement and transforming it into a home theater room that our family can use to have movie night and binge watch our favorite TV shows. It’s been a dream of mine since we first looked at the house before purchase and I’ve continued to put it off for the almost six years we’ve been living there. We finally decided to take the plunge and start building it and there have been many compromises along the way.