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What to Do if You’re Behind on Your Bills

There may come a time when you struggle to afford all your bills one month. Or maybe it happens to you every year when you pay in to taxes or bring your dog to the vet. Regardless of the reason,

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Posted in Budgeting, Overspending, Savings

Should You Tell Your Friends You’re Too Broke to Hang Out?

Have you ever been in a position where you’re invited to go do something, but you can’t afford it? So you make up an excuse that you’re sick or tired or can’t find a sitter. While your friends may buy

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Posted in Budgeting, Entertainment

How to Trick Yourself into Saving Money

In a recent post I talked about reasons people give for not saving. While it truly is about making a conscious effort to save, there are ways to make saving money easier simply by not having to think about it.

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Posted in Emergency Savings, How to Guides, Savings

Tips to Combat Money and Debt Shame

Recently I was a part of a Twitter chat that discussed combating and overcoming shame about money and debt. Doing what I do for a living, I’m passionate about this topic and decided to write a blog post about it.

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Posted in Debt, Financial Wellness

Don’t Buy Stuff You Can’t Afford So You Can Save Money

Here’s a Flashback Friday post from April Sanderson that’s about a serious topic, but has some comic relief. Happy reading! If you don’t know where part of the title is from, check out this skit from SNL: Don’t buy stuff

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Posted in Financial Wellness, Savings
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