Tag: Debtfree

3 TOP WORLD PANDEMIC BUDGET CHANGES YOU NEED TO MAKE to be successful

World Pandemic Budget Changes The World Pandemic is still going on.  Most people thought it would be over by now since it started in March, but sadly it is not.  More and more people are being laid off and 78% of people were already living paycheck… Continue Reading “3 TOP WORLD PANDEMIC BUDGET CHANGES YOU NEED TO MAKE to be successful”

How I paid off 32k of Student loan debt fast!

I went to a private school my first year of college. I will admit I took out student loans because it was the thing to do. It was okay. It was “NORMAL.” I played soccer on a scholarship and went out of state. It… Continue Reading “How I paid off 32k of Student loan debt fast!”

How I lived without an income for 3 months.

We are in an unpredictable time right now with many people not sure where their next paycheck is coming from. I want to share with you my experience of living without an income for 3 months and encourage you that you will be okay!… Continue Reading “How I lived without an income for 3 months.”

Valentine’s Day Savings

Want to make a special Valentine’s Day for your special someone, significant other, kids, or friend. There is a smart way to save money and complete this holiday while showing your love for them. Candy? You can buy candy, but why not buy it… Continue Reading “Valentine’s Day Savings”

February Budget

Love is in the air. Be wise to your wealth. Love doesn’t have to be shown by material items. Love can be shown in a multitude of ways. Here are some expenses that have caught us off guard in our February budget.

When to Budget?

Did your parents or school talk about money in your life? If not, this is a totally NORMAL question to ask.  When should I first start to budget?   Today, especially if it is before the beginning of the next month? If it is PERFECT! This… Continue Reading “When to Budget?”

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