Juliette’s Favorite Finance & Frugality Blogs

Juliette's Favorite Frugality Blogs to help you get out of debt and get inspired!

This week, Juliette is chiming in with her favorite frugality and finance blogs that helped her get inspired and whip her finances into shape!  If you have some articles we should read, we’d love to hear about them in the comments! After years of paying off student debt and wrapping my mind around the idea of

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Frugal Living: Giving Back Is Part Of My Budget

To change the world, we must think both big and small. We must never stop caring.  Take time to give back

Asking for help is difficult.  It really is.  As a finance blogger, I’ve advocated that we should always be prepared for financial hardships that come our way- to build an emergency fund and live frugally, below our means so incase a layoff, illness or life change happens, you’ll be ready. Well, sometimes, the financial hardship

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How To Deal With The Fear Of Missing Out When You’re Forced To Be Frugal


It’s awesome to be frugal by choice, but sometimes, you’re forced to live frugally and on a really tight budget out of necessity and it sucks, hard.  When you’re living frugally to work on something fun- like cutting costs in order to save up for a vacation or pay for a home, it can be

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How To Roll Over A 401k

401ks don't have to be overwhelming. How to roll over your 401k without the pain, especially when you don't know what you're doing. It's easy!

  A 401 (k) is one of the best benefits a job can give you. Most companies offer a matching incentive and you often have a good range of funds to choose from. But when you leave your job – whether it’s voluntarily or not – you can take your 401 (k) with you. (Yes,

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How Can You Budget For Things That Come Up?

It's hard to plan for life's surprises...here's how to budget for the things that come up in life!

Have you created a budget, only to be derailed by unanticipated expenses?  When people create a budget for the first time, they find it easy to see how much they spend per month on gas, groceries and eating out- those monthly, recurring experiences which are easy to plan for and predict.  It’s so tidy and

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