The most effective way to protect you (and your loved ones), here’s how to set up a credit freeze There’s a lot to be said for peace of mind. Some might say it’s invaluable. I happen to say that too! Once something gets in my head, I have a hard time mentally letting it go. […]
What I wish I knew in my 20’s about growing my money with compound interest! Ugh. Financial Regret, just reading that makes my skin crawl, I won’t even say it out loud, as that would make me die just a little bit. There are plenty of things I have done that I regret. The snide […]
If you’re looking to spend less (and save more) then these bullet journal expense trackers can make it a lot easier for you! Keeping track of your spending can be challenging, and it can be slightly disheartening. I mean, who wants to write down the amount of money they “used to have” but don’t anymore […]
Here’s how to use a bullet journal savings tracker to crush your savings goals! Bullet journaling is a trend that has taken off recently, and for a good reason. Could it even be called a trend when it’s so practical? Or are we just lucky enough to be here for the beginning? The BuJo is […]
Here’s how to combat the most common spending triggers that Moms face Did you spend $5,400 on impulse buys in a year? If you did, then you’re normal (yaa!!!) Wait, is that right? Consumers spent, on average, $450 a month on emotional spending? Yup, according to a 2018 article on CNBC. With the highest category […]
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