Is saving money a challenge for you? To help get you motivated - and make it fun - here are 12 months of money saving challenges you can try for a year. Don't wait for January 1st - you can start anytime you want. Like now!
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When creating a budget, groceries are one of the larger expenses that need to be included. Here are 20 easy to implement – and practical – tips for saving money on groceries.
Have you ever had anyone call you “cheap”? Yeap, it’s happened to me. But here’s the thing – I’m not cheap, I’m frugal. And yes, there is a difference! Frugal living doesn’t mean that you’re cheap, it just means prioritizing what's important to you. Here are 23 tips for frugal living that will save you a ton of money.
Everyone - including you - needs a budget. No, a budget isn’t about restricting your life – it’s about creating a plan that will allow you to prioritize your spending. Here's how to create a zero-based budget that fits your life.
What’s the first thing that you think about when you hear “create a budget and stick to it?” For many people, they think that having a budget means they can’t spend money. Wrong! Here are the top 10 personal budgeting challenges that you need to be aware of and how to avoid them.
What would you do if you were in a car accident, or if the roof on your house suddenly needed to be repaired due to a bad storm, or your washing machine needed to be replaced? If your answer is, “I don’t know”, then you’re in the right place. The solution you need is an emergency fund.
What does it mean to live below your means? It means spending less than you make. While that might not sound like fun, you can do this and still enjoy life! Instead of saying "I can't afford that", start saying "How can I afford that?". Here are a few tips on how to live below your means – and still enjoy life.