Plan your Meals; Plan your Spending

Plan your Meals; Plan your Spending

Making food at home is an easy way to trim your spending, but it can often feel difficult to fit in cooking, and clean-up, within daily life. A few months ago, my boyfriend and I started meal planning to save money and eat healthier and so far, we’re achieving our goal.

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Don't Drive into Debt

Don't Drive into Debt

Now that tax, and tax return, season is upon us, maybe you’re thinking about purchasing a car. A tax return can make a solid down payment on a car. Because cars are a depreciating investment, it is important to find a reliable car that fits your budget and won’t break down, causing extra bills and stress

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Where Does Your Money Go?

Where Does Your Money Go?

Have you ever had such a terrible customer service experience or been charged so many fees at your bank that you seriously considered closing your accounts, but didn’t because, well, would another corporate bank be any different? Credit unions are a viable alternative to big banks. After a terrible customer service experience, this was exactly the course I took.

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Stop Letting Your Money Manage You

Stop Letting Your Money Manage You

Confession time… I have never had a formal budget. I would put money aside for my bills, but as far as groceries, gas, and all my other spending, it was a free for all. Honestly, I was scared of writing a budget because it meant I would have to face up to my bad spending habits.

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Ways of Making Money Online that You May be Overlooking #WMWeek17 @ thewahwife

Ways of Making Money Online that You May be Overlooking #WMWeek17 @ thewahwife

When it comes to ways of making money online, our minds usually head straight to things like customer service for a company such as Amazon or blogging – because that’s what everybody is doing. Right? Well, there are so many options in between that you may be overlooking.

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Ready, Set, ACTION! #WMWeek17 @sdminvest

Ready, Set, ACTION!  #WMWeek17  @sdminvest

Happy New Year! For most of us, we use this season as the time we set aside to make plans to take action on things we have neglected the previous year. Have you ever taken a good look at the word “ACTION?” Interestingly enough, if you take the “I” out and place it at the beginning, it says “I Act On.” And like other plans you have, there is no better time to take action on and control of your finances. Here is a good six step action plan for you to act on for the new year:

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