Lately, I’ve been assessing my belongings and finding things that I’m really glad I bought. I want to highlight some of my favorite finds with you!
If there’s one thing I need to cut back on, it’s online shopping, but when I do, at least I’m finding ways to save and make money. Here are some extensions for Chrome and Safari that I use to save money whenever I buy anything online.
Credit cards are something everyone should have and know how to use wisely. My mom signed me up for my first “college credit card” from Wells Fargo when I was still in high school. She’d let me buy gas and a couple random items and then she would pay it off for me. I know this isn’t something that all parents do, but this benefited me because it established my credit history at a younger age. All the cards I use have zero annual fees, which is important to look for when you’re signing up for your first credit card. And my advice would be signing up for a store credit card like Victoria’s Secret just to start you on the path to building credit. Don’t go crazy and max it out!
Keeping things simple can be the easiest way to make lasting changes. Here are three easy ways to start spending less and saving more!
Finances can be overwhelming when you start talking about budgets and credit scores. Here are four basic financial skills everyone in their 20s should know.
I used to shop for groceries on a biweekly basis, and noticed I was spending a lot on food. I sat down, reassessed my grocery habits and started seeing positive changes. Find out four easy ways I’ve started saving money during my weekly grocery runs.
I’m someone who thought she didn’t have a spending problem, until I sat down and truly examined where my money was going. I’m working on curbing that bad habit and focusing on buying things that will bring me long-lasting happiness. Here are some on things I’m excited about not buying going into 2018 and beyond.