We have all been there, we do our best to start a savings account because we know it’s the right thing to do. But then, money gets tight and we transfer money from our savings to get us through. This process used to be much harder but with all banking being mostly online, it’s getting easier and easier. So what can you do to stop taking money out of savings and start actually…well, saving? I’ve got the serious, no BS breakdown for you to stop making un-planned withdrawals and actually start saving (and making) money!
If you are traveling but still want to stick with a healthy diet, and don’t want to go out to eat for every meal, you are in luck. Here is a list of healthy meals to make in a hotel room using nothing but a refrigerator and microwave! And maybe not even both!
There are so many things that our family has benefitted from after downsizing. However, I’ve decided it’s time to open up and get honest about a few of the downsides of living in a smaller home. If you are considering small house living with a family, these might be a few things you want to consider.
For most people, paying rent or the mortgage is the biggest payment we make each month. What if I told you, you could lighten your financial obligations by getting one of these side jobs that pay your mortgage? Seriously. These quick start side hustles could easily bring in enough extra cash to cover your mortgage and maybe more.
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.