Week of Money: Where I freak out over a possible $2800 overage charge
DAY ONE 5:20 a.m. — WHY?…… *ugh*… I guess I need to limit his naps… to maybe just 45 minutes. 5:39 a.m. — I log in, start working and make two teas
Week of Money: In the home stretch now, leaving to go back home has never been so sweet.
DAY ONE 8:30 a.m. — I wake up from Little Bun telling me he is awake now. Announcing it, really. I’m still shaky. I had full body sweats all night (literally soaked the
Week of Money: Get me out of here, please.
DAY ONE 9:30 a.m. — Little Bun slept WELL. Must have been from all the crying and screaming we both did yesterday. We were both exhausted. My partner keeps getting up during the
Lifestyle Inflation and Deflation: When you YOLO and upgrade without thinking
Would you feel pain if you had to scale back?
Week of Money: Where I just get sluggish and burned out
DAY ONE 6:50 a.m. — I wake up and immediately do not want to go to work. Little Bun feels the same and doesn’t want to go to preschool. 7:15 a.m. — I get dressed in whate
Do you really still need to keep an emergency fund?
Do you really need an emergency fund? Why not just use your credit card in a pinch, and in the meantime, maximize that money by clearing your high interest credit cards ASAP?
Try to live on one income, or 50% of your income
Vague advice like ‘living within your means‘ is a nice but it makes you think: Yes, that makes sense.. but what does that really mean? Here are some ways to find out: L
What do you lack in life?
...and how far are you willing to endure it?
More Money Tips For the Rest of Us
Biking or walking instead of taking the car saves gas, helps the environment and burns calories not money. If you have a toddler like I do, it becomes an activity. Not everything h
Still 10 More Quick and Easy Tips to Save Money
More money tips, as posted on Instagram, ranging from negotiating like a boss to buying quality items.