How Do You Differentiate Yourself?

This weekend as I was doing my usual skimming through various personal finance blogs on the internet a thought popped into my head: “How do I differentiate my blog from the others? How can I make my blog stand out?” Those simple questions brought me back to my graduate school days where I learned about... Continue Reading →

An Easy Way to Invest in ETFs

As I’ve been reading through other personal finance blogs, I have noticed something that keeps popping up on many of them: ETFs. While I know what ETFs are, I have never actually invested in one. If you have read my prior blog posts, my husband and I typically invest in individual companies rather than picking... Continue Reading →

Your Average Dough’s Summer Reading List

This post contains affiliate links. I may receive compensation if you click on links within this post. All opinions are my own. See my Disclaimer page for more. With Memorial Day weekend right around the corner (how is that possible already!?), I have created a short summer reading list. The list below contains books covering... Continue Reading →

10 Apps to Help You Save Money

Smartphones have officially taken over the world. It is very rare that people go anywhere without their phones. They’re used for everything from taking pictures to posting on social media to texting to banking. Did you know you can also use your phone to save yourself money? I mean if you’re going to have it... Continue Reading →

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