The closer it gets to the holidays, the less time you have to save for additional expenses. At the same time, saving money for holiday extra’s isn’t always easy. This double whammy can easily take a huge toll on your budget in the few months leading to Christmas.
A couple of weeks ago, I went to visit my daughter who moved recently. While there, I helped her put away some stuff from the move as well as do some cleaning and painting.
Many people are trying to save money these days. Of course, there are multitudes of ways you can do it if you are one of them.
Last week I went to visit my daughter who recently moved. It was quite a drive, so I’ve stayed several days and plan to drive back home tomorrow. In the meantime, we’ve been cleaning, painting, and decorating her new place.
Although summer isn’t quite over, many of my teacher friends are preparing for the next school year. In addition, store displays and email advertisements alike are targeting parents who’ll soon be shopping for school supplies.
July is coming to a close in the next couple of days and August is hot on its heels. That means school will be starting soon and eventually, my yard work will slow down.
For many young people, one of the keys to independence is getting their first car. It’s not only kind of a rite of passage, it’s also a step toward adulthood.
There are lots of reasons your credit score is important. If you’re opening a bank account, getting a loan, or applying for a credit card, a good credit score matters.
Moving out on your own for the first time is exciting. You are in charge of where you live, what your place looks like, and how long you’ll live there.
Many people need to get a loan now and then for lots of different reasons. It could be to help out in a financial emergency. Or, maybe it’s simply to try and turn your finances around.
Where I live, in the spring we can still get (and usually do!) a big blizzard in April. Of course, for many other areas of the country, April is much too warm for snow.
Many people these days are working hard to improve their financial situations. Of course, there’s more than one way you can accomplish that.
I must confess I am not sure just where the time has gone this year. It seems like the last I knew it was January and then all of a sudden it’s June.
I don’t know about you, but from time to time I get stressed. For me it happens when I have lots to do in a short period of time.
Lots of times switching jobs is exciting. You may get to meet new people and learn some new skills. In addition, you might be glad to leave behind a job where there were ill feelings.
Once you graduate from college you may feel a sense of relief. No doubt part of that relief is due to the idea that your studying days are over.
Now that Mother’s Day has passed and school is nearly out, summer is around the corner. As much as I love summer, I must confess I don’t necessarily love the heat that comes with it. The other part of summertime I don’t like is having higher bills from trying to keep cool. If you have […]
Having a monthly budget to follow can really help if you struggle with your finances. It keeps you accountable for your spending by reminding you of all your monthly monetary obligations. But imagine if your budget were to get blown out of the water because your paycheck got skipped. How would you keep your bills […]
Summer is fast approaching which means school lessons will soon be at an end. Kids will excitedly make their escapes from cramped classrooms for the last time until next fall. For the first few days they’ll likely be busy burning off excess pent up energy. Still, within a short time, some will inevitably mutter the […]
One of the things I remember best about being in college is having very little money. Although that was quite a few years ago I don’t think much has changed on that front. In fact, it’s a pretty common condition for most college students now days. Obviously there are exceptions to this rule though. Students […]