Have you considered the impact of your choice to be a single or dual income family? One of the many benefits of having a spouse is the potential to leverage 2 incomes to pay off debt, save and invest money faster. While I will never advocate for getting married or ‘shacking up’ for financial reasons,
Do you look at your bank account each month and wonder where all your money went? If so, it may be time to spring clean your finances to make sure that you’re getting the most bang for your buck. But you’re not alone… the average American Family spends $57,000 per year, or $4,750 per month.
Is it fair to say we all wish we could find ways to make more money in 2018? Good thing you’ve found this ultimate list of income generating activities. I talk a lot about earning extra income on this site because, honestly, it’s the number one way to fast track your financial success. You could
Have you ever been blindsided by your boss at with a bad performance review at the end of the year? Maybe you were cruising through your job and thought “I am crushing it”. Then, starry eyed, you walk into your performance review and get punched in the face (figuratively) with all your downfalls. Or maybe
Do you find it almost impossible to stay consistent with your exercise routines? As with many goals, it’s important to regularly work on your fitness, to build a habit and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Use these 4 Frugal Fitness hacks to help you get your regular exercise on the cheap! Want more Quick Fix Frugal
Americans are now spending more at restaurants than they are on groceries. It’s a pretty tough statistic to swallow, because I have been a heavy contributor. Sure, there are lots of reasons– we’re tired, don’t know how to cook, and hate doing dishes. But the reality is that eating at restaurants can really weigh down