If you have a habit of wondering where your money went shortly after you’ve been paid, you may be falling victim to destructive spending habits. The good news is that there are ways to become a more mindful spender.Continue reading
As the first day of school approaches, students all over the country are finalizing their school supply lists. From pencils to paper to electronics, it’s easy to become overwhelmed thinking of all you need to purchase and how much money it will cost to do so.Continue reading
Whether you’re a young college student just getting started with adult life, someone in their 30s or 40s raising a family, or even in your middle age or beyond, there are always benefits to living frugally.Continue reading
Valentine’s Day is here again! It is time to show the one you love just how much you love them. This time is filled with stores packedto the brim with red and white Valentine themed foods, chocolates, plush toys, clothing, and much more.Continue reading
Here’s a fun fact about Halloween that you might not have known: Believe it or not, it is reported to be the holiday that consumers spend the most to celebrate. Even beating Christmas!
If you are in the mood to join in on the festivities without busting your bank account, here are four budget-friendly tips to help you control your spending this spooky season.