Personal Finance

Managing money can be hard – especially since no one really teaches us this stuff! Learn about budgeting, paying off debt, saving money, and get the motivation you need to reach for your own financial freedom!

Budgeting After Getting Laid Off

Budgeting After Getting Laid Off

Getting laid off can be one of the scariest and most stressful situations. Not knowing how to pay your bills or if you’ll be able to find another job is overwhelming. So where do you start? Let’s talk about how to managing budgeting after getting laid off.

15 Budget Friendly Spring Activities

15 Budget Friendly Spring Activities

It’s time for a new season and new warmer weather! Spring is the best time to get some fresh air and get started on those outdoor projects. Here are 15 great budget friendly spring activities that will get you out of the house and enjoying the sunshine!

How to Get Started Managing Your Money

How to Get Started Managing Your Money

So you want to save more money, pay off debt, or just stop spending $60 every time you step into Target. But how do you really get started managing your money?

March Online Income Report – How I Made $400 In One Month

March Online Income Report – How I Made $400 In One Month

I think it's finally safe to say I am making a consistent income with my blog! March was an insane month with a lot of stress and dealing with the unexpected. But I was still able to make some money! Let’s take a look at my March online income report. Why am I sharing...

Can Your Savings Account Make Money?

Can Your Savings Account Make Money?

I bet you’ve heard a million times that you need to be saving money all the time. Maybe you’ve just gotten started saving your emergency fund or are saving for a big purchase. Setting aside money for the future is a great idea, but maybe you’re worried about losing out on money by saving instead of investing. Can your savings account make money?

The Complete Guide: How To File Your Taxes

The Complete Guide: How To File Your Taxes

It’s tax season! Don’t let this time of year stress you out. Filing your taxes is something that can be very overwhelming; our tax system in the United States is pretty confusing. If you’ve never had to file your own taxes before and have no idea where to even start, I’ve got you covered! Today I’m going to walk you through the basics of the tax process and how to file your taxes!

February 2020 budget update

February 2020 budget update

Budgeting and managing finances can get pretty overwhelming. To keep everything organized, I use an Erin Condren Deluxe Monthly planner to keep up with all of my relevant financial information. With this planner, I track things like my debt payments, when bills are...

February Budget Setup

February Budget Setup

Budgeting and managing finances can get pretty overwhelming. To keep everything organized, I use an Erin Condren Deluxe Monthly planner to keep up with all of my relevant financial information. With this planner, I track things like my debt payments,...

7 Things I Won’t Cut Out of My Budget to Pay Off Debt

7 Things I Won’t Cut Out of My Budget to Pay Off Debt

My two top goals for this year are to pay off my best buy gift card and pay off my student loans. Working towards these goals requires me to stick to a pretty tight budget. However, there are some things I’m just not willing to cut out. I think it’s important to find a good balance when you’re working toward long term goals. Today, I’m going over the 7 things I won’t cut out of my budget to pay off debt!