One of the main things that lead people to my blog is by typing in the word “cheapskate” into Google’s search engine. Awesome. In one sense, I love this because I truly put my heart and soul into writing helpful posts that I think will be beneficial to help people save money. However, there is a big difference between being financially savvy and being a total cheapskate. So what’s the difference? How can you be a cheapskate without acting like one? Here are 8 strategies to help you succeed.
Believe me, I know that desperate feeling of wanting so badly to save money for travel but it just felt impossible. Now, I am so thankful to be at a more stable place financially and it’s my mission to help others do the same. Keep reading and we’ll dive into 8 ways you can start to save money for travel even if you’re broke.
Ahhh, the battle against the screens. It’s a problem we know all too well these days. You can’t go to a restaurant, baseball game or even social gathering without seeing someone glued to their phone. More than ever, summer should be a time for memory making. You don’t want to miss out on everything that’s happening in front of you because you are nose deep in your phone. That being said, here are 5 tips for less phone time and more life this summer. These helpful ideas are based on the most common areas of struggle that trick us into whipping out our phones in the first place.
Thank goodness we have family in California. Our family has been so spoiled to take trips every few years from chilly Minnesota all the way to warm, sunny California. We have taken trips with our youngest ones being as little as 1 and let me tell you, there are a ton of free family things to do in Southern California whether your kids are in diapers or headed off to college. Here are some of our favorite places (although there are a ton more).
There are so many ways to make additional money on your own schedule it’s insane. The sad thing is, not many people are aware of how many opportunities are out there or how easy they are to start. If you are paying off debt, there are so many additional part-time jobs that you could be turning to in order to help you pay off debt quicker and on your own schedule. To give you some ideas, I have compiled a list of the top 10