Want to permanently stop financial stress? In this post, I review 12 steps to stop stressing about your financial situation and help you get on track. Click the image to find out the 12 tactics to get you there!
One popular way to build momentum while paying off your debt is using the debt snowball method. With this method, you start with small wins and use your momentum to start landing big wins on your journey to get out of debt once and for all. Here’s how you do it.
Have you ever had to sit down and figure out how you are going to work in those extra expenses into your budget each month? It is not an easy task, and it can sometimes feel like the end of the world when you can’t find the pennies to rub together to do everything you need to.
Having a nest egg is sensible and will come in handy down the line, but it’s important to blow off steam too. As long as you don’t overindulge and blow your entire budget, there isn’t anything wrong with spending now and again.
With so many great loan options out there, why should you bother saving up money? There are a few reasons, you don’t need to pay it back, there isn’t interest, and so on. Find out what types of things you should be saving up money for.