Posts filed under: Saving Money

I was speaking with a friend the other day and discussed the idea of “not owing anyone money”. In theory, yes it would be great to owe no one money and have zero debt. As someone with student loans, I would...
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There are plenty of resources related to creating a budget as a couple, use them (or wait 6 months before I create my own, your choice). Today, I want to talk about the art to budget as a couple.  RANDOM: I just realized...
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Ah yes, time for me to remanence back to the days when I was single and poor. One of the things I learned growing up is that stretching a dollar is absolutely required if you want to get involved in the dating...
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I wanted to follow up on a previous blog post that talks about credit cards. While I primarily like to keep a psychological approach to finance and credit cards, I’ve only scratched the surface of the benefits of using them. Regardless...
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Right now I’m kind of torn, I don’t want this to be a financial blog where I’m spamming credit cards or other financial institutions all the time. However, I do want to provide actionable insights that involve you to follow-through...
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I stepped outside yesterday at 8 pm during sunset. My first thought was, “did I walk into a convection oven?” Well, I guess that’s what I get for living in a desert. On top of that, I was prompted into...
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Ohhhh snaps, it’s time for me to get to the good stuff. Even though I bastardized savings accounts not-so-long-ago, I have mentioned that they can be valuable if used right. My biggest gripe is that ‘big bank’ savings accounts are almost...
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