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Last month, Becca and I moved from Pittsburgh to Los Angeles. But, we’re starting to realize that even such an amazing place as this involves sacrifice.
I love my GPS.
There have been many times when I’ve been very thankful to have turn by turn directions, a bird’s-eye view and a list of the closest restaurants. This feeling is even stronger when I am on a really long road trip.
Are you trying to cut down on your budget but not sure where to begin? The first place I recommend someone looking into cutting back is on their groceries. Groceries and other types of food are usually the most flexible part of your budget and can be reduced without making a huge sacrifice- no rice and beans Read More …
Traveling around and enjoying the world has got to be one of the most wonderful adventures you can do during your time on earth. You get to explore different customs, different food and different people. To make sure that your trip is a complete pleasure, here’s a list of five costs to make sure you’ve Read More …
Having no work experience is no reason to get a job that pays less than minimum wage. And hating your minimum wage job is no reason to demand more from your employer. There are great jobs in the world that anyone can do and still make at least double what minimum wage pays. I’ve compiled a Read More …
Have you ever reached the end of the month and wondered where all your money went? If you don’t tell your money where to go, this will happen to you every time. Thankfully there’s a solution and it’s not as scary as you might think. Better yet, I’m going to teach you how to do Read More …
A Soldier’s Journey to Financial Freedom Chris is my best man (see right). He’s an American Soldier in the Illinois National Guard. He recently got back from his deployment in Kuwait and is now working as a mutual fund services representative. Oh, and he’s debt FREE! In this week’s article, I’ve asked Chris to share his story Read More …
If you were anything like me when I applied for my first “adult job”, then you had only one thing on your mind.
Show me the money!
I just wanted to get the best paying job I could. At the time, I thought that meant salary.
Now that I’ve been working for a while, I’ve realized there are a number of other (and sometimes more important) things to consider when choosing the best paying job besides the paycheck.
As you search for that perfect job, here is a step-by-step game plan to hack any career fair and land you more interviews, guaranteed.
Sometimes the hardest thing about living on a tight budget isn’t sacrificing those trips out to the restaurant, but choosing not to gift as much as you’d like. Here are a couple of ideas to let your special someone know that they are important to you, without giving up on your financial goals.