A lot of times we can be completely unaware of flaws in the way we do things, even important things. Finances, are one of those important things.
I’ve written posts on how to handle your finances but today I’m writing on how to know if you need to make a change, because sometimes we don’t see it. Let me be the friend to help you figure it out. Then after, lets chat about where to go from here! ;) continue reading
Incase you thought that you were stuck in your parents house until you were married or making bank I’m here to tell you that doesn’t have to be the case! I’m here to help you figure out how to move out in your twenties or even sooner! (Like I did!)
Parents are wonderful human beings, caring for us the way that they do (most of the time). But sometimes they can be a little hesitant to kick us out of the nest. Or the opposite can happen, they kick you out before you really know how to stand on your own two feet! But have no fear! I have tips and tools to help you move out as soon as possible, because after all, you can’t really “adult” while sharing how much hot water you use with your parents. Am I right? ;) continue reading
If you are on the road to learning how to rule your money instead of it ruling you, you might feel like it takes a lot of work, and a lot of saying no to things. You’re right. It does take a lot of work to get to where you want to be financially and then learn how to stay there. But you don’t have to loose out on all the fun things. For instance, dinners out. In comes today’s post: How To Eat Out For Two Under $20.
Greg and I originally had a budget of $30 for going out to eat but recently bumped it up to $50. This allows us to go out to eat about once a week. How? By following all these tips/rules in todays post. So in order to help you live a full life but not full of debt, I’ve put todays post together to help you enjoy those dinners out without breaking the bank! continue reading
If you’re like me yesterday you wrote out the date and realized oh, December, I need to go Christmas shopping! In the past I’ve blamed my lack of timely Christmas shopping on the fact that I was usually still finishing classes the first two weeks of December which left me and every other college student with absolutely no extra curricular activities.
However, seeing how I’ve been graduated for a couple years now I can’t really use that excuse anymore. I’ll have to think of a new one. Perhaps something about saving kittens, everyone loves kittens.
Either way, if you are just now starting, or are just now scrambling to finish up before the crowds really start flocking to the stores, I’ve got a few tips to help you stay in budget this year without sacrificing people’s feelings. continue reading
I realized I had been doing a lot of talking about doing what you love, following your dreams, making your passion your paycheck, etc type posts. But I also then realized that there are some of you out there who actually don’t have any idea what your “passion” is! That is crazy to me and kind of sad! I feel like that means no one took the time to help you figure it out, or you weren’t given the opportunities to learn them yourself.
Well I’m here to help! continue reading