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The 7 Best Budgeting Methods

This post may contain affiliate links. See my disclaimer for more info. There are many different budgeting methods out there floating around in the ocean of information that we call the internet. Some are simple and some are complicated. A lot of them don’t work. This makes it hard to find a method that will......Read More
January 14, 2019

7 Ways to Make Real Progress on Your Goals in 2019 and Beyond

Studies have shown that not very many people keep their New Year’s resolutions. A few years ago, U.S. News reported that two weeks into February, about 80% of those who set resolutions had given up on them already. Back in 1988, a study was published by John Norcross and Dominic Vangarelli where a group of......Read More
January 7, 2019

4 Steps to Reframe Your Debt Mindset

Reports are out that American household debt has reached a record high of just over $13.5 trillion. Let’s type that out in round numbers.  $13,500,000,000,000 That’s a lot of zeros! With that number, there is $837 billion more debt than there was in 2008 just before the Great Recession rocked the world.  That means one......Read More
December 21, 2018

Changing What Matters: Here’s How to Make Meaningful Changes to Your Money and Life

I just got back from a very restful vacation to Disney World with my family. It was great to see my wife and kids the whole day. My mom even came with us this time, which was enjoyable. But Disney World is a double-edged sword these days for me. Note: I promise there is a......Read More
December 10, 2018

7 Unconventional Tips for Saving Money This Holiday Season (and One for Next Year)

In just a few weeks, most of us will be spending time with our families, exchanging gifts, and eating more than we should for the second time in about a month. The holidays are certainly coming up fast! Luckily, there is still time to save money on gifts. There are some normal ways you can......Read More
December 3, 2018

8 Ways to Treat Your Christmas List Like a Budget

Have you ever gotten through with the holidays come January and thought, “Where did my money go?” You might have opened up your credit card bill or bank statement and thought “I spent how much on Christmas gifts?!” I’ve been there before. The first year I was married my wife and I bought Christmas gifts......Read More
November 26, 2018
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