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Are you guilty of these money mistakes? No matter how hard we try and get away from money, it just isn't going to happen. Money decisions have to be made. Whether we decide to make good decisions. Ignore making money decisions. Or ultimately, make bad decisions with our money. Just last night, someone was telling me how much the loathed the idea of having to manage money. Guess … [Read more...] about Money Mistakes To Avoid That Will Leave You Broke
What is FIRE? Why should I care? A term floating a lot recently is FIRE. What does that mean? How does it affect me? FIRE = Financial Independence Retire Early This trend is catching on fast especially with the millennial generation. Why? Simple, millennials want more out of life and not to be tied down to a job their whole lives. They want experiences. They want to travel and see the … [Read more...] about How to Achieve Financial Independence Retire Early (FIRE)?
Doing taxes is never fun. Period. Just ask anyone who has to file their taxes (even the tax professionals are happy when the season is over). 2018 marked unprecedented changes in the tax code. This was the largest overhaul in over 20 years. The goal was to simplify the tax code and get more money back in the hands of the average taxpayers. While the prudent thing to do was to … [Read more...] about Tax Refund Smaller? 10 Ways to Overcome It
**I was compensated for this post. This post also contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links. Easter is right around the corner. It is time to start decorating, stuffing Easter baskets, and making fun DIY Easter crafts, but you don't have a lot of money to spend (or you don't want to spend a lot of money). So, can you be a steward … [Read more...] about Easter Decorations, Crafts, and Basket Fillers – All Under $1
I have always been a lover of gaining more knowledge. However, the way of learning didn't matter to me - school, books, projects, trail and error. It was the end goal of learning something new. So, when I got a chance to review Amanda Kintz's newly released book "Dirt Cheap Adult - a Millennial's Guide to Life on a Budget," I jumped on the opportunity. Any time I am able to help the Money … [Read more...] about Dirt Cheap Adult – A Must Read Book for Millennials
Spring is in the air! I love spring! The fresh air. The warmer days. I always enjoy spring. With spring comes a fresh perspective, a willingness to dust off the old, and a bounce in our step. Spring also is associated with spring cleaning for many reasons! One reason it to deep clean a house with cleaning supplies for the lemon clean smell. The other big spring cleaning is to get rid … [Read more...] about What to Do with Old Stuff (& Make Money)