It's been a long time since I've thought about college. But with my son preparing for his senior high of high school, my wife and I are once again thinking about college applications, scholarships, and whether it's better to live on or off … [Read more...] about 4 Steps You NEED To Do When Preparing A High School Student For College
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You have to periodically reevaluate all your monthly bills. You just have to. Whether it's shopping around for a new insurance company, investigating what new mobile phone plans are available, or renegotiating a discounted package with your cable … [Read more...] about Is Your Garbage Bill Negotiable?
Movie tickets are expensive enough, but add in popcorn, drinks (of the soft or adult variety) , and maybe a box of candy and you might find yourself shelling out a small fortune just for a few hours of entertainment. We've all heard the suggestions … [Read more...] about Movie Night: How To Have More Fun AND Save Money!
Goals can be a great motivator. A goal gives a person something to work for, a purpose, and a reason for continuing down a path when things get difficult. I've heard many motivational speakers refer to it as your, â€œWhy.â€ Such a goal can be the … [Read more...] about Having a Financial Goal WILL Change Your Behavior
We've all heard suggestions as to how to calculate a proper tip based upon the amount of the bill. There are an infinite amount of opinions, and each person has to figure out where they want to fall on that spectrum. But what if even a … [Read more...] about Tipping Adventures: When 20% Just Isn’t Enough
In June I announced my mission to pay off $9,888.00 in debt by the end of the year. I'll be utilizing every means necessary to do it, including: Reducing weekly spending Re-starting my mystery shopping side hustle Pick up extra writing … [Read more...] about July Update: $10,000 Debt Repayment Update