What To Do with Your Stimulus Check

Stimulus checks have begun getting delivered and if you are fortunate enough to be on the receiving end you may be wondering, what should I do with my stimulus check funds? I’m here to share a few ideas with you! First let me start by explaining what this stimulus check is. The stimulus check, also... Continue Reading →

Financial Checklist for New Parents

Adding a baby to your family is overwhelming in many ways. You’re excited; you’re terrified; you’re anxious; you’re happy; you’re sad; you’re stressed. But the good news is you can tackle some of these feelings by planning ahead of time. One of the big stressors of bringing a child into your family is the financial... Continue Reading →

Don’t Forget to Budget for Fun Money

Budgets have a bad rap. People think that budgeting means all your money has to go towards bills and saving, but that’s actually not true. Your budget should be for more than just your mortgage/rent, student loan debt, car payment, electric, water, heat, cell phone, groceries, insurance, etc.  In order to be able to stick... Continue Reading →

How I Live a Luxurious Life of Balance

There are a lot of personal finance bloggers who are extremely frugal. Some of these bloggers have one vehicle for a family of 5; some make their own décor for their wedding and ask their bridal party to help set up the venue; some use reusable paperless towels; some use cloth diapers; some don’t have... Continue Reading →

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