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Why is Managing Money Hard? Personal Finance and Budgeting Tips

Many people think that managing money is hard. They have many excuses for why they don’t manage their money. A few of them are reasonable excuses but most of them are just a result of laziness.   How to budget your money and money manageme...
by OddBall Wealth on Jul 18, 2016

The Easiest Way to Save Money on Summer Outings

Summertime is supposed to be the laziest time of the year. If that’s so, why are so many of us busier during the summer than any other time of the year? This post will show you the easiest way to save money on summer outings. Our family hit the...
by SimpLeigh Organized on Jul 5, 2016

Top Money Saving Tips for Young Professionals

Even for the most experienced of us, financial management can be a tedious and daunting task. It is, however, even more challenging for the younger generation. It is easy for recent graduates who only now started their first job to feel somewhat over...
by PRO FINANCE BLOG on Jun 22, 2016

13 Best Ways to Invest $100

Investing is a great way to begin building wealth and securing your financial future. You don’t need a lot of money to get started, and can start investing with as little as $100! Your options are more limited than if you had $1,000, $10,000, o...
by OddBall Wealth on Jun 15, 2016

How To Manage Your Money While Studying

As one enters college life or is enrolled in a post-graduate degree, managing one’s finances is one of the core responsibilities which need to be looked after. You need to pre-plan for the changes and the twists and turns that are going to take pla...
by PRO FINANCE BLOG on May 31, 2016

How to Manage Your Money with Godly Wisdom

My dad likes to tell the story of how he almost tried to talk me out of taking my first teaching position because the salary was so small. I was fresh out of college and received a call to teach... The post How to Manage Your Money with Godly Wisdom...
by Counting My Blessings on Mar 23, 2016

Worry About Money When it Counts

Most people don’t like to think about money. It feels dirty, greedy and a bit selfish. However, most of us worry about money when we have very little of it. People worry about cash flow when it becomes hard to pay the bills or when they lose their...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Mar 10, 2016

10 Things You Should Always Buy When Shopping at the Dollar Store

Raise your hand if you love shopping at the dollar store. I don’t think I’ve ever met anyone that doesn’t enjoy the rush of filling up their cart with items and only paying $20 at checkout. For this article, I’m referring to a...
by SimpLeigh Organized on Feb 27, 2016

Building Our NV Home: Selecting a Moving Company

As some of you may know, our family is in the process of moving. We are building a new house to be closer to my husband’s job and since two of our three children will be out of the house, we are also downsizing. You can read more about our jou...
by SimpLeigh Organized on Feb 16, 2016

Are You Giving an Interest-Free Loan to the Government?

If you are going to receive more than $500 as a tax refund, you have been giving an interest free loan to the government. Many people get excited while waiting for their big “windfall” after filing their taxes. They think it is a gift...
by SimpLeigh Organized on Feb 4, 2016

6 Creative Ways to Save Money Without Using Coupons

Although I love saving money with coupons, I know there are many of you that dislike the thought of coupons, much less using them! So today I thought I’d share 6 creative ways to save money without using coupons! If you’re the slightest b...
by SimpLeigh Organized on Jan 8, 2016

4 Painless Ways to Save Money Without Creating a Budget

We all know that creating a budget is the best way to track your spending and save money. However, there are some people that are not buying into that idea and would rather just wing it as they go along.  Well, I’m here to offer those people a...
by SimpLeigh Organized on Dec 21, 2015

A Painless Way to Create an Emergency Fund

It’s no surprise that having an emergency fund is one of the most important things you can do to help your finances. I’ll go over some strategies and show you a painless way to create an emergency fund so you can begin to breathe easier...
by SimpLeigh Organized on Dec 11, 2015

Do You Have a Millionaire Mentality?

Do you have a millionaire mentality? Do you believe that all millionaires are livin’ large? Do you think they all drive brand new luxury cars or live in McMansions? Well, according to a book I read a few years back, The Millionaire Next Door,...
by SimpLeigh Organized on Dec 4, 2015

Snowball Your Way Out of Debt

Today I’m going to show you how to snowball your way out of debt using the popular Debt Snowball method. To me, being in debt is the same as being in bondage. You are going to work today to pay for yesterday’s bills. You are never reall...
by SimpLeigh Organized on Nov 25, 2015

Look After Your Money

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by Smarter Incomes on Nov 17, 2015

Are You Living Below Your Means?

If you take the time to create a budget, you can quickly find out if you are living below your means. There are guidelines that you can follow to check and see if you are overspending in certain areas. I follow Dave Ramsey’s philosophy that yo...
by SimpLeigh Organized on Nov 6, 2015

6 Tips to Avoid Overspending

With the holiday shopping season quickly approaching, I thought I’d post a few tips on how to navigate shopping at the stores. (An online shopping guide to follow soon!) There are many tricks that the stores use to get you in the shopping mood,...
by SimpLeigh Organized on Oct 23, 2015

The Black Crowes To Re-Release Their First Four Albums On 180-Gram Vinyl

Formed in 1989 in Marietta, GA, by brothers Chris and Rich Robinson while still in high school, and originally named Mr. Crowe’s Garden after a children’s book,The Black Crowes recorded a total of eight studio albums, starting with 1990’s Shake...
by The Rock and Roll Guru on Oct 18, 2015

Take Charge of Your Money, Take Charge of Your Life

Up until just a year or so ago, I was a very different person than I am today. Stressed to the max, working an all-encompassing job that often left me with little energy for anything else, I was honestly pretty miserable much of the time. I was short...
by Color Me Frugal on Sep 14, 2015


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