Over the past several years of blizz-oging (a.k.a. blogging in cool slang), I’ve learned about and written posts on a bunch of money saving tips. In an effort to make your life super easy (which is my main goal in life), I put together top posts with money saving tips for budgeting virgins and newbies. So, let’s get into it. >> How to Repay a Massive Amount of Debt With a Zero-Sum Budget If you want
According to a study, 62% of Americans have less than $1,000 in savings. Based on this statistic, it’s safe to say that most of us are teetering on the brink of “broke.” So, if you’ve found this post because you’re feeling broke as hell, there’s good news: You’re not alone! But, there’s also bad news. Feeling broke can put a huge damper on your ability to save money. Here are a few things you can
Your 20’s is a prime time to get your travel on. But, it’s also a time where you may not be bringing in a ton of income to pay for said travel. Am I right? That doesn’t mean you have to give up your dream of globetrotting sooner rather than later. No way, my friend. It is possible to travel for an extended period of time, to simply take weekend getaways, or regular vacations abroad. The
Do you want to start saving more money today? Ok, silly question alert. We all want to save more money. Well, I’m itching to tell you about the Digit app peeps because it’s a tool that even big spenders can use to save a lil’ more. The best part is that saving with this app takes no effort. Digit links to your checking account. Then it works it’s magic to find money in your account that
Updated May 3, 2017 A few years ago, I was successful at zero sum budgeting for the first time, and it helped me pay off my student loan. I was inspired to pay off my student loan because I wanted to pursue a dream of running my own business full-time. Doing that with student debt wasn’t something I wanted to do. I had tried budgeting before but was never able to stick to the process.
Updated May 2, 2017 In 2013, I started to get serious about money for two reasons. I wanted to ensure that I was saving enough money for future BIG purchases. Plus, I wanted to save enough money and repay enough debt to responsibly quit my job and to start a business. Repaying debt before quitting my job felt like the safest and most responsible move to make. Taking this step is something I wholeheartedly recommend