4 Ways To Detox From Overspending

4 Ways To Detox From Overspending

I don’t know about you, but my spending seems to come in waves.  There will be times I don’t buy anything for weeks, and then, all of a sudden it seems like I have a giant credit card bill.  Sometimes it’s due to a life change, a seasonal change or I find some wiggle room

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Ten Inexpensive Ideas for a Romantic Anniversary

Ten Inexpensive Ideas for a Romantic Anniversary

In a time where we’ve resorted to Netflix & chill dates (guilty as charged), it seems all the more daunting to plan a romantic night out on a budget. However, it is possible to celebrate your anniversary with your main squeeze without forgoing your retirement plan. When you shift the idea to spending quality time

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Best Personal Finance Books To Read In Your 30’s

Best personal finance books to read in your 30's

The following post is written by our awesome contributor, Zina.  Shannyn will be sharing her picks on the blog soon.     Transitioning to yours 30’s is a huge milestone for many. It’s the decade where many people start families, buy houses and start to hit a stride in the careers. But it can also be a

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5 Affordable & Fun Valentine’s Date Night Ideas on a Budget

Awesome, Affordable and Fun Date Ideas For Valentine's Day That Are Budget Friendly and Frugal

Valentine’s Day is about spending time with the person you love, but the average celebration costs almost $150. Even if you and your sweetie are trying to save money, you can still find fun ways to celebrate the day without ruining your budget. Read below for our tips on how to have a frugal Valentine’s

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How To Do Valentine’s Day on a Budget

How To Do Valentine's Day on a Budget

Valentine’s Day can be expensive, and in an odd way- it can make such a romantic holiday feel really cheap with the rampant commercialism and the cliché marketing geared to make us want to spend.  If you’re not looking for gift guides and instead want ideas that can inspire moments, not overpriced things from the

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