When is it okay to beg for money? Begging for money is a temporary solution, but you really need to get on top of things to be financially successful.
Here is a list of subjects covered in this category: creating and maintaining a budget, saving money, and optimizing our spending.
Reactive spending can create habits that are hard to break. Paying off debt and recovering from reactive spending is tough. But there is hope!
Making six-figures gives you a lot of options, but it doesn’t guarantee financial success. Watch out for these high-income mistakes to avoid going broke.
Should you sacrifice your financial future for the present? Which is more important? Let’s look at how I tackle this question and our budget.
Money Stir Tools is about helping you plan your personal budget and seeing how the numbers play out in the future. Deep insights into your budget.
Deciding to hire a house cleaner can be tricky. But getting help with chores around the house can save time, and it might end up putting you ahead!
Save money on life insurance by getting a free quote online. This can save you money on life insurance, and covers the event something bad does happen.
Planning a wedding can be expensive. Putting together your special day doesn’t have to cost a ton of money. This wedding planner guide is a great start!
Christian Healthcare Ministries is a health insurance alternative that is worth taking a look at. We review this service to see if it is a good option.
Having an emergency fund is liberating. It becomes easier to live life. The extra cash in an emergency fund allows you to enter the next financial phase.
Is the Anti-Budget system worth using? What advantages does it have over a traditional budget? We go through the pros/cons of both options.
Creating a defensive personal budget will help you stay on track towards your financial goals. YNAB allows you tweak your budget from month-to-month.