Budgeting

Surviving the 20-something age weddings and babies

In the 20-something age range, it seems as though everyone around you is either getting married or having a baby,...

14 Thrifty Gift Giving Ideas for Friends and Family

Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, graduations and many summer celebrations are just around the corner. Looking for some personalized gift giving...

Building An Emergency Fund: Getting Started

Building an emergency fund is like eating healthy. It’s good for you long-term and it can help you feel better,...

Cheap Valentine’s Day Ideas: Be Romantic, Not Broke

Valentine’s Day will be here before you know it, cue the hearts everywhere. Although you should be showing the special...

7 Simple Ways to Save Money on Running

It’s the New Year and you’ve set a goal to lose that holiday weight. You throw on an old cotton...

How I Saved $238 in One Weekend!

Like most moms, I have a long to-do list and not a lot of money. Just a few weeks ago,...

Holiday Spending Aftermath: Get Your Finances Back on Track

If you didn’t have a specific plan for holiday spending, you might be getting ready to enter the New Year...

What to do with all those toys after Christmas?

Christmas has come and gone. The kids are happy with their new toys. Now you are ready to clean up...

Why Paying Yourself First Pays Off

You may have heard the phrase “Pay Yourself First” when it comes to money and budgeting, but do you actually...

Why You Should Never Spend Money You Don’t Really Have

You may say, “I’m spending all the money I don’t have” as just an expression. Meaning, you’re spending money you...

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