Facing Your Spending Realities

Facing Your Spending Realities

Every once in a while, one of the blogs I write for asks me to write a spending breakdown related to groceries. For example, this post about how to Whole 30 on a budget. I find them to be some of the toughest posts to write because, at the end of the day, budgets often…

How You Can Save Money with Online Education

How You Can Save Money with Online Education

In an ideal world, economic issues should not limit one’s education, but we do not live in that perfect world, unfortunately. The cost of college education is one of the greatest limiting factors in the US when it comes to advanced learning. Even the ones who can afford it often have to rely on expensive…

3 Challenges You Have to Face When Handling Your Finances

3 Challenges You Have to Face When Handling Your Finances

Do you sometimes feel you’re falling short of your own standards and expectations when it comes to managing your finances? Everyone — at sometime in their lives has felt that way. But if you have a healthy account balance or if you understand your overdraft properly, it’s possible to not only cope with these challenges,…

Have Ya Met... Dealspotr?

Have Ya Met… Dealspotr?

Word of mouth is really how we roll these days, isn’t it? My two best friends and I have a group chat that regularly pings with a message that one of us found an awesome deal. Sometimes it’s a sale on something we know one of the others would love or sometimes it’s an amazing…

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What Not to Spend: How to Save Money as a Student

“Piggy Bank Money” (CC BY 2.0) by Tax Credits Highschool, college or university. No matter what kind of student you are, money is always an issue, whether you are sixteen and cannot afford your first date, or a Fresher at university saving up for a train journey home. It has to be said, university students are particularly hard done by. According…

Completing Your Bucket List on the Cheap

Completing Your Bucket List on the Cheap

Travel has changed, the age of two week holidays in the sun and gap years are being replaced by digital nomadism and of course, the quest to complete your very own bucket list. As more and more people get inspired to create their personal list of hopes and dreams, the question of how to complete…

How to Grow Your Emergency Fund

How to Grow Your Emergency Fund

Do you have money set aside for a rainy day? We can’t always prepare for unexpected expenses, and financial experts all agree having an emergency fund is a non-negotiable. If your emergency fund is not as stacked as it could be, or you don’t yet have money set aside, use these tips to grow your…