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What’s your financial downfall?

If you see something on sale in a store do you feel compelled to buy it even though you don’t need it? If so, that might be your financial downfall. This means that you’re spending too much money on an

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Posted in Budgeting, Financial Wellness, Motivational, Overspending

15 things to stop wasting your money on

Have you ever thought about how much of your money goes to waste? From hitting the vending machine or convenience store, little amounts can add up to big money waste. If you find yourself living paycheck to paycheck or feeling

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Posted in Being Frugal, Budgeting, Financial Wellness

6 budget-friendly hobbies

Whether you’re trying to save more money for emergencies or retirement or pay off debt, the first expenses that tend to be cut are the fun things. You might cut back on going out with friends, travel, or dining out.

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Posted in Being Frugal, Hobbies

10 Signs You May Be An Underearner

It’s not January, but we’re flashing back this Friday to Shannon’s post from a few years back about under-earning. If some or all of the characteristics below apply to you, you may be an underearner.  We survived 2012 and the

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Posted in Underearning

How NOT to Use Your Credit Cards

I have a credit card that I use every once in a while. This particular credit card company (that shall remain nameless) sent me an email this week explaining four major perks of having this credit card. They even stated

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Posted in Budgeting, Debt, Emergency Savings, Financial Wellness
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