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How to Stay Healthy and Fit on a Budget

(Hey, hey friends. I’m on a constant quest to get my body back together. After getting married in 2013 and starting a business I fellll wayyyy off the fitness and healthy eating train. So of course I packed on the pounds. Sometimes life happens and we forget to take care of ourselves. No bueno. This week, I partnered up with Ayana Frierson a fitness guru for a guest post. Her blog is coming soon and

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5 Budgeting Essentials for Families Committed to S…

[Hey friend! This is a post about saving from guest contributor Derek Fisher. Enjoy!] Carefree spending is the stuff of dreams. For most anyway, the prospect of spending without consequences is unrealistic. Too often, spending occurs despite financial limitations, and the consequences haunt debtors for years. Fortunately, those who’ve learned the hard way furnish a blueprint for others, who haven’t yet fallen into financial distress. If excess spending is the recipe for disaster, prudent budgeting

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How to Transfer Your Credit Card Balance to Avoid …

This post is the second part of a two part series. If you miss the first part, read more about the pros and cons of a balance transfer and what it is here. Then come back to this post to find out step-by-step how to do the transfer.) We decided to go ahead and move forward with the balance transfer and I’m glad we did… it was RIDICULOUSLY easy. We’re looking forward to 0% interest

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What’s a Credit Card Balance Transfer?

If you have a credit card with high interest or a credit card with unfavorable terms overall, a credit card balance transfer may be the answer. If you don’t know what a balance transfer is — no worries. Seriously. I didn’t know the ins and outs of a balance transfer until the beginning of this year. A balance transfer is when you take a balance you have on a high-interest card and move it to

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Why Everyone Needs Emergency Savings, Part II

It seems like right after I quit my job to turn my side-hustle into a full-time business… BAM! All types of emergency expenses come up and bite us in the ass. If we didn’t have a emergency savings we would have been grass. Remember when my car battery took a crap? What luck! So, what happened this time? My husband Marc was being his little frugal mini me self and bought a needle and thread to

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I Paid Off a Loan and Got Another Bill, Why Emerge…

This post is going to be a little different. You may think I’ve got things totally under control since I’ve been able to start my own business. I mean I have a blog about making more money and saving more money. But, things happen. Let me know if this has happened to you. Every-thang is coming together. You’re up-to-date on your bills. You’ve made significant payments on debt. And you’re thinking – YAY me. Then