As a recent college graduate, I’ve learned countless ways to save and manage my money over the four years. For most, college is a great learning experience where students have very little income and lots of expenses all while having to build their financial foundation. There is no better time to practice good money habits than during this exciting and formative period in life.
If you don’t have a financial plan, that question may be hard to answer. To achieve financial wellness, you need to define your goals and set a time frame for reaching them. The following steps can help you take control of your finances. Do you have a good budget? A good place to start would […]
Every change of the season brings everyone – mom, friend, co-worker – out of the cracks and ready to tell you to deep clean your house and organize your belongings. And sometimes while folding clothes and cleaning windows you’ll enter a period of self-reflection. Amidst the rush to spring clean before it becomes summer it’s […]
Being debt-free is a liberating feeling and is certainly achievable wherever you are in your financial journey. People that “do it right” use these five habits. You, too, can mirror their success by replicating these practices and making them part of your daily life. Being debt-free is not only a huge stress liberator, it is […]
If your budgeting plans and goals did not quite work out in 2018 the way you had hoped, you are very likely thinking of how to make those goals a reality in 2019. You probably first need to re-evaluate your approach to budgeting. For most people, budgeting usually starts with a flourish and their plan […]
Black Friday is the most competitive selling day of the year for both retailers and consumers. This shopping season is all about saving those hard-earned dollars and spending them wisely. You don’t want to miss-out on great deals, but at the same time, the options out there can be so overwhelming you don’t know where […]