Save yourself $10 a month by buying your own cable modem, instead of leasing one.
Staying focused on financial goals during emergencies or impulse decisions can be hard. Check out these ideas to help you cope better next time it happens.
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.
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.
Alright, here goes! My first real Budget Report/Net Worth Update!What HappenedThis month was a pretty good month overall, but I think with how the paychecks fell at the end of the month, our stats were showing a little skewed. We will see next month anyways. We got a good chunk of money put away into savings this month getting us all that much closer to our Fully Funded Emergency Fund of 6 months of expenses! Can’t wait to get that done so that we can start investing, saving for kid’s college and paying off the mortgage!Net Worth – May 2015AssetsHome […]
Sinking Funds can really be a way to smooth out your budget and help you save for irregular expenses.