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How to Save

100 ways to spend less and save more money in 2020

The economy has been great. We’re all making money hand over fist. But I’ve got some news for you, and you might not like it...
Dec 5·12 min read
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The Festive Person's Guide to Saving Money During Every Single Holiday in 2019-2020

With the holidays just around the corner, I’m looking forward to time with my favorite people and all the festivities of the season. I’m also looking at how I’m going to pay for it without completely derailing my savings goals.
Nov 19·7 min read
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Ultimate extroverts’ guide to avoiding lifestyle creep

Calling all extroverts! Here are seven tips to help you avoid lifestyle creep, over-spending, and FOMO when your friends go all out on plans.
Nov 9·6 min read
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Why you should aim for financial independence, even if you don't plan to retire early

Interested in the FIRE movement but not sure about early retirement? Learn about financial independence without focusing on retirement!
Nov 4·6 min read
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100+ minimalist gift ideas for being more frugal

Saving for your financial goals doesn't leave much room to budget for Christmas gifts. Here are 100+ ways to save money during the holidays.
Oct 31·7 min read
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4 ways to find what makes you happy and improve your relationship with money

Does your current budget make you happy? If not, do you know how it could? Living your best life is all about how you plan your resources.
Oct 29·7 min read
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Your Ultimate Guide to Selling Used DVDs

Looking for a side hustle or want cash quickly? Selling your used DVDs declutters your space and puts cash in your pocket. Here's how.
Aug 7·9 min read
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How I feed a family of five for less than $600 a month

How do I feed a family of five for less than the average cost to feed a family of four? By utilizing simple but effective buying strateiges.
May 16·5 min read
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This Black Friday, spend as much as you want, but make sure that...

This year, I'm doing something different on Black Friday. Instead of posting the usual "don't spend money!" post, or telling you that so many Black Friday "deals" aren't actual deals , I'm saying this instead: Spend as much money as you want. Seriously, just do it. Because honestly, approximately 100% of the people won't be listening to us bloggers anyway when it comes to their decision-making. And, that makes total sense. If they want that televisio
Nov 23, 2018·2 min read
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6 ways clever marketers get us to spend more money

I find marketing to be amazing. The tricks that stores use to get us to spend more money are absolutely amazing, and most of the time, we don't even know that they're happening. Take grocery stores as an example. Grocery stores use vertical shelf placement to help drive sales on the products that they want to move. They do this by placing hot items in the middle of the shelf where our eyes naturally go as we walk down the aisles. Believe it or not, there's a science behind shopping. And, ther
Oct 16, 2018·5 min read
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With all we know about debt, why are so many people still in debt?

Speakers speak about it. Writers write about it. Bloggers blog about it. Tips and tricks to getting out of debt are all over the place, but yet, people are still in debt. In total, the relentless pool of consumer debt has squeaked past $1.3 trillion. Okay, WTF? The NASDAQ says that debt is enslaving the American people . That's tough to disagree with. In our case, early retirement would not have been possible if we
May 2, 2018·7 min read
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You're 40 and broke; now what?

Let's say you're 40, wake up one more and suddenly realize that you're practically broke. Hardly any savings. Your career seems never-ending. How can you turn things around and begin rapid wealth accumulation so you aren't working until the day you die? Brian Loman is here to push you in the right direction. Brian, take it away! I think you’ll agree when I say that it’s VERY important to have enough money for retirement. But let’s be honest: Some of us realize this later in life than others, a
Aug 10, 2017·5 min read