The average American household spends around $4,000 a year on groceries (over $333 a month). While that may not seem like a lot, that equates to nearly 10% of Americans’ annual budget. This number has gone down significantly since the … Continue reading You Are Wasting Hundreds of Dollars at the Grocery Store
Yes, you read that title correctly. This may be one of the strangest ways you can make money as a side hustle, but everyone has to go… why not earn a buck or two. A medical treatment called Fecal Microbiota … Continue reading You Can Make How Much Selling Your Poop?!
Nearly 70% of Americans have less than $1,000 in their savings accounts and over 45% have $0. This is a huge issue among our society and it leaves many people vulnerable to economic duress and hardship. Most of us know … Continue reading How Big Should Your Emergency Fund Be?
This has been a debate within the financial community for a long time – should you start investing or pay off debt first? Many people find themselves with some cash in their pockets, but they just don’t know whether to … Continue reading Investing or Paying Down Debts – Which Comes First?
As of 2020, Americans owe a staggering $1.6 trillion in student loan debt with an average of $32,371 per student. For many people, student loan debt is looked at as a lifelong commitment, but it doesn’t have to be. With … Continue reading How I Paid off $50,000 in Student Loan Debt in Two Years
Selling your belongings is a great way to earn an extra buck and you might be surprised on how much you can really make. And one of the best ways to sell your stuff, is online. It takes the least … Continue reading Top 5 Websites to Sell Your Stuff Online
Do not panic! We are here to help you make awesome meals with limited pantry supplies during these tough times! Here are 17 awesome meals to make with your current pantry items to save yourself a ton of money. Eating … Continue reading 17 Awesome Meals to Make During Quarantine with Your Current Pantry Items
During the coronavirus pandemic, personal finance is more important than ever. The unemployment rate is skyrocketing and in many industries, revenue has gone to virtually zero. This is a moment in history where financial strength is essential to make it … Continue reading 40 Rules of Personal Finance
“We sail within a vast sphere, ever drifting in uncertainty, driven from end to end.” Blaise Pascal A couple of months ago, the Coronavirus was barely talked about outside of China. No one could have predicted it would have changed … Continue reading 7 Ways to Cope with Coronavirus Stress (Or Stress in General)
The possibility of receiving a check from the $2 trillion stimulus package is very likely. Nearly 90% of Americans qualify and they will receive $1,200 for individuals, $2,400 for married couples, and an additional $500 per child. For many people, … Continue reading 5 Awesome Ways to Invest $1000