Knowing the difference between wants vs. needs is an important part of financial planning. Keep reading for some tips on classifying your expenses correctly and budgeting effectively between these two buckets.
Being frugal doesn't mean you have to walk around wearing a tattered t-shirt and hand-me-down jeans. Keep reading for some tips regarding how to be fashionable on a budget.
It's normal to feel excited after receiving a large raise or promotion. If you're not careful, though, a concept known as lifestyle creep could turn that blessing into a curse.
Do you find yourself unconsciously spending thousands (or perhaps even tens of thousands) of dollars on random junk every year? Keep reading as I share some tips regarding how to stop buying things you don't need. I'll cover simple yet proven strategies for eliminating impulse spending and becoming more intentional with your money.
Whether you're rebellious, frugal, or both, keep reading as I share a few affordable and unique alternatives to traditional weddings.
The no-spend challenge entails eliminating all discretionary expenses for a set period. It can work wonders for your finances, helping you save towards major goals and establish better habits.
The idea of putting your next vehicle purchase on plastic seems tempting in light of all the points you'd get. But can you buy a car with a credit card? Just as importantly, should you?
Ideally, every dollar you spend on these items will be a dollar you don't spend impulsively on junk. We're not abolishing the idea of budgeting here. We're just coming at it from a different angle.