Have you ever gotten to the point where you look at your bank account and just think HOW? Check out these tools and tactics to help you get out of your financial hole!
When it comes to shopping, I am someone who knows what I like. I don’t stand and mull over a shirt or a new set of dishes; I know right away if I’m going to get it or not. While there are things that help me make that decision quickly (price, uniqueness, something entirely irrelevant… Continue reading Investing for Dummies by a Dummy – Part Two
When learning anything new, it always seems like there is so much you don't know and no clear starting point. You can buy the books or listen to the podcasts, but depending on the subject my attention is only held so long before something shiny pulls me in a different direction. As mentioned in my… Continue reading Investing for Dummies by a Dummy – Part One
Do you ever wish that high school had a course called "Life Skills" where they teach you things you actually need to know? You know, something that would educate young, blossoming adults on how to do taxes, selecting the right school for your wallet, why your credit score is important, what a 401(K) is and… Continue reading Investing for Dummies (by a Dummy)
A couple of years ago I was really struggling financially and decided to moonlight as a cocktail waitress. At first it seemed great; I was making a ton of money and financially felt ok for the first time in a long time. I learned quickly that it was not sustainable long term, and that burning… Continue reading Make Money Moves; Millennial Side Hustles
While you want to be there for your friends and family, weddings can add up quick. Learn about 2018 wedding etiquette as well as tips to keep costs low and still be a part of the wedding fun.
In this post you will learn about refinancing your student loans and creating your own custom plan that fits your needs, instead of just accepting what your lender offers.