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’ve ever felt like you were thrown into adulthood without a single instruction guide or road map to show you the way, don’t worry, you’re not alone. I’m banking on the fact that we are all just wandering around winging it and hoping it turns out okay. In some parts of life, that strategy can get you by just fine, other times you need to learn a bit of offense.
At least I think I’m using that term correctly.. continue reading
The New Year is upon us! Congratulations! We all made it!
The best is yet to come! So to help you jump on that idea and thinking even more I’ve set you up with some seriously important type of goals I think every twenty something should be making this year, and every year for that matter!
I’ve put them into different categories since all of us are at different stages in our life, our goals for each category will be a little different. Figuring out which goal is right for you in each category is up to you!
Ready for some self evaluation? ;) 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 thought you procrastinators were left behind on the last week of Christmas, think again! Today’s post is all about picking up those last minute gifts with your last minute budget!
I’m so excited today to have Ms. Haley from Whatever Bright Things posting today on the blog! She is a blogger with a love for planners, Netflix, and good books, so basically she is my sister from another mister! I asked Haley to post on two of her favorite (bright) things (which happen to be mine too!), Target and Christmas! So without further ado, I’ll let her steal the show! continue reading