Financial

Cleaning a House for Quick

This is totally my style. I also try to do one load of laundry each day. It keeps it from piling up and becoming the beast that takes all day to conquer! I found this article, and now I’ve spent my entire evening reading about your home management notebook, menu planning and cleaning tips! I’m not sure how I’ve been…

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Money Isn’t Everything And It Isn’t You

One of the downsides of having a personal finance blog is that you often get stuck thinking and talking about the same stuff – taxes, salaries, retirement, blah blah blah; sometimes you need to take a step back and enjoy the things in life that aren’t related to money. Life is about happiness, not money. The difficult thing about money…

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SparkleTeddy eMagazine Review

Todd Romer, Executive Director of SparkleTeddy, sent me a few copies of SparkleTeddy to check out recently. I first saw a review of the publication on Get Rich Slowly and I was intrigued with the prospect of a personal finance magazine targeted towards college students. Before I heard of SparkleTeddy, I’d never seen a personal finance magazine focused towards college students so I…

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DIY Tips to Save Money on Your Car

Anyone who’s ever owned a car – particularly one that’s been “pre-loved” – knows what an awful sink of time and money a motor vehicle can be. No single purchase, short of buying a home, will consume more of your resources over its operational life. It’s important to make sure you are getting the best mileage out of your car…

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Preparing Your Child’s Education Costs Early

When your wife or you as a wife is pregnant, one of the things that you think about your child to be born later is how to prepare for their education later. Being a parent is indeed not easy because it has a responsibility for the human being referred to as your child. Whether it comes from the womb or…

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Good Saving Habits Start Early

Gemma / January 23, 2020

One of the most important lessons you can teach your children are how to manage money. Many children reach the age of 18, begin receiving credit card offers, and have had no real experience handling money. Teaching children from a young age how to properly manage their money and the importance of savings is a lesson that will stay with…

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