Key Tips for Entrepreneurs Looking to Make it Big and Strike it Rich

Entrepreneurs share a number of common traits – they tend to be creative thinkers, go-getters, passionate about their ideas, and they tend to have a desire to come up with that next “big” thing that becomes a huge success. While these are great traits to have in the world of business, they don’t always translate into success and a financial windfall. So how can aspiring

Financial Management On a Bi-Weekly Budget 101 [Template Included]

financial management on a bi-weekly budget

Do you struggle with traditional budgets? Sometimes once a month is too long to plan out your paychecks. After all, one part of the month may be far more costly than the other, right? If that has been your struggle, I totally relate. I found a solution; however, and that’s why we’re going to talk about financial management on a bi-weekly budget. Financial Management On

10 Healthy and Cost-Friendly Ways to Invest In Yourself

invest in yourself

I recently spoke with a good friend who announced she was going to pursue her long-time dream of writing. I was so happy for her. She then said she was going back to school. Much like me, my friend is a young mother and wife with a heart full of ideas and budget that doesn’t always make them possible. That’s why I want to talk

Buying Used Furniture Vs New – Worth It or Just Gross?

buying used furniture vs new

Is your dilapidated sofa finally kicking the bucket? Are you moving? Perhaps, it’s time for some new furniture. But here’s the dilemma: You’re on a budget. So buying used furniture vs new is next on your mind. What are the pros and cons? When is it worth it…and when is it just gross? We’re going to explore all of that in today’s article. I was curious

Where to Find Affordable Organic Clothing – Q & A

affordable organic clothing

The great thing about eco-friendly products growing in popularity over the last decade is that more companies sell them. With more demand comes more commerce, more competition, and, ultimately, lower prices. Because of that shift in the world of fashion commerce, affordable organic clothing is a reality for middle-class families, too. Q: What is organic clothing? Isn’t organic in reference to stuff you eat? A: I

Can I Sell Fiction Books Online? – 12 Ways to Sell Any Used Book for Cash

sell fiction books online

So you’re ready to make extra cash by selling some books. You read that Marie Kondo book “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up,” didn’t you? I did, too. She’s a genius who has helped millions around the world downsize their clutter. If you’ve developed a heap of books you’re ready to sell, and you’re wondering how to sell fiction books online or nonfiction, then let’s take

My cFIREsim Review: Is This the Right Retirement Calculator for You?


Do you know how much you need to live on during retirement? If so, then how can you be sure you’re putting away enough each year to reach that goal? These are important questions to ask during your working years. Thankfully, free calculators like cFIREsim were created for that purpose. Since my early days as a night teller in our bank’s drive up, I’ve tinkered

Tipping Etiquette 101: Do You Tip At Sonic?

Do You Tip At Sonic

A shift in our culture has occurred. It happened when the flow of currency went paperless. Most companies adjusted accordingly. One occupation slipped through the cracks, however. To this day, it’s hard to get a unified answer from managers, employees, and customers on what is the right thing to do. One such question we’ll explore today is: Do you tip at Sonic? I’m not here

7 Hobbies That Won’t Break the Bank

Today we have a guest post for you from Anum Yoon. Having hobbies can be expensive. Traveling, extreme sports and creative hobbies can all add up quickly. Even reading can become an expensive hobby if you’re purchasing new books all the time. It can seem like being low on cash leaves you with very little to do. But you don’t need to break your bank