Financially Savvy Saturdays

Financially Savvy Saturdays #52

This week I am co-hosting Financially Savvy Saturdays with its creator: Femme Frugality. She wrote up the following note for the 1-year anniversary: Read on…there’s some big news! Financially Savvy Saturdays is one year old! Thank you so much to everyone who has participated in the past year. Barbara, LaTisha, Monica, and Alexandra helped this…

Should You DIY Your Will?

Should You DIY Your Will?

It’s been a while since we’ve been really morbid over here, but Kassandra’s Financial Fire Drill reminded me that it’s time to work on my will. One of the perks of being young, single and having no children is that those free do-it-yourself wills are completely adequate for me. At least, the state of New…

When Side Hustles Attack

When Side Hustles Attack

Side hustling is terrific. It’s a way to pick up some extra dough to make lean times a little less difficult, to bulk up your savings, to pay down your debt or even to dip your toes into the self-employed world while still holding onto all the perks of your day job. I’m a big…

20 Ways to Go Broke

20 Ways to Go Broke

Who says all goals have to be good ones?  Buy every pair of shoes in Nordstrom. Marry a guy (or gal) with $500,000 of debt in student loans. Eat at Olive Garden every night for the rest of your life. Mmm… breadsticks. Get the cable package with every single channel that’s ever existed. Who needs…

The Thrifty Issue - Thrifty Tip Thursday

Thrifty Tip Thursday with The Thrifty Issue

So I really like personal finance blog hops and link ups because I think they help us grow as a community and they are one of the easiest ways for new personal finance bloggers to start showing off what they’ve got! That being said, there aren’t a lot of them! The Mommy Bloggers and the…