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May 2016 Results

June 8, 2016

What do I have to say about May? Well, nothing too exciting. I did some unplanned spending. Some of it I’m not proud of, but I also did some unplanned spending that I know went to a good cause. I’m not one to advocate for “causes” most of the time. If I don’t money to … Continued

How I Improved My Financial Wellness by Blogging

June 7, 2016

The following blog post is part of The Road to Financial Wellness blog tour. The Road to Financial Wellness is a three-month, grassroots campaign promoting financial empowerment on a national level and encourages people to pursue their dream lifestyle. Find out more about local events near you. Just a few short years ago, I was just … Continued

June 2016 Budget Plan

June 1, 2016

I’m not really sure what happened to May. Between doing a lot of client work, trying to balance life and work, and being extra-busy with life stuff too, the month went by very quickly! I have some big changes coming up on the life side of things, but I’m going to wait to reveal them … Continued

Smart Ways to Get Started Investing (With Little Capital)

May 9, 2016

Investing is something I haven’t covered much on my blog in the past. That’s partly because I haven’t done much investing myself, and also because of a lack of knowledge on my part. Luckily for those of you interested in learning more about investing, I’ve been doing quite a bit more research and writing about … Continued

April 2016 Results

May 4, 2016

April was kind of a weird month. The weather here was all over the place with some days in the 80’s and others below freezing. These past few weekends have been full of rain and I’m pretty sure we’ve gotten more rain the past 3 weeks than in the past 3 years. I also turned … Continued

May 2016 Budget Plan

May 2, 2016

After kind of a weird April, I’m ready for May. This month I plan to pay off one of my credit cards in full, although the balance won’t stay at $0 for long. As soon as I pay off the balance, I’m going to take my creditor up on a new 0% APR balance transfer … Continued

4 Ways Single People Can Save on Groceries

4 Easy Ways Single People Can Save on Groceries

April 20, 2016

Single people can have vastly different personal finance concerns, and thus follow different advice, than married people. For example, you’ll often hear that in order to save on groceries you should buy in bulk. While that does generally bring down the cost per quantity of food and other household items, buying in bulk is not … Continued

March 2016 Results

April 6, 2016

I feel like I got a little behind these past few days as I’ve had a lot of “life” stuff going on outside of my business and blog, and to be honest I wasn’t really all that excited to write this post because after having such a kick ass month in February, March was not … Continued

April 2016 Budget Plan

April 4, 2016

I can’t believe April is already here, which means we are about to be halfway through the year already! April is one of my favorite months of the year because Spring really starts to take over and I also celebrate my birthday in the month of April too. This year for my birthday, my mom … Continued

5 Easy Ways to Lower Your Utility Bills

March 15, 2016

Growing up with frugal parents, living life as a frugal adult comes pretty easy for me. I was also really lucky to meet my frugal match in life. My husband and I both agree that we would rather live as frugally as possible so that we can put our money towards the things that we … Continued

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