As a consumer, when I go shopping, I often ask myself what did I buy? When I look at my receipts, I am always amazed at how easy it is to spend money.
If your family is anything like mine, you have already started the back to school hustle. We have cleaned rooms to make space for new books and supplies, scheduled appointments for glasses, haircuts, and immunization shots.
Are you sitting at work thinking about ways to make money working from home? You are definitely not the only one.
As I discuss in my post Personal Monthly Budget, it is essential to keep track of monthly expenses. Keeping a budget doesn’t have to be difficult.
A year ago blogging wasn’t in my vocabulary. I now love writing and finding out ways to grow my site, so now I’m spending more time learning new tactics and programs.
Feeling financially out of control begins with life occurrences. My life experiences have brought me to where I am today.
Paying off debt is a constant topic. Whether you have a home, car, property, credit cards, or student loans you have debt if you still owe payments. Unfortunately, debt can sneak up on individuals and families quite unexpectedly.
Holiday gifts and family activities add up during holiday months; therefore, I have listed some of The Best Ways to Save Money for the Holidays. Reviewing your budget before cutting costs encourages better spending in areas that you may have exceeded in previous months.
Financial setbacks come in all shapes and sizes. Long-term, short-term regardless of what happens in our life’s ventures we roll with the punches.
There are many topics that I could sit down and write about at this moment; however, the last few days have made me realize that I need to talk about monthly budgeting.
My husband and I co-own a small business. I had been working two jobs up until last year when I decided to stay home during my daughter’s surgery. Although I still work for my businesses, I have left all other regular hourly jobs.