Here is Where You Need to Stash Your Emergency Fund

You need an emergency fund. I need them emergency fund. Everyone should have an emergency fund. Unfortunately, Oprah isn’t handing them out. You’ve got to take care of it yourself. Hopefully, you know that your emergency fund should not be stashed in your checking account. Because if it’s there you’ll spend it. Having your emergency …

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How to Best Build Savings – Digital vs Manual

Everyone should have a goal to build savings. Whether you are saving an emergency fund or a travel fund or for your future, everyone should have a savings goal. But having a goal is just the first step, the next is to figure out how you are going to build your savings. If you don’t …

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Are You Forgetting to Budget for These 50 Expenses?

Everyone knows that creating a budget allows you the knowledge of knowing where your money goes and the freedom to decide what is most important to you to continue your lifestyle. But one of the toughest parts of budgeting is making sure you budget everything; there are a few things you may be forgetting to …

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8 Best Gifts for Wine Lovers

The holidays are just around the corner. So this post I’m going to cover some of the best gifts for wine lovers. Don’t worry they’re also great for your budget. Corkscrew A corkscrew is essential for everyone. Now, the types of corkscrews out there can vary in both style and cost. You can be as …

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Debt is a Temporary Problem

This blog post is part of the 3rd Annual Suicide Prevention Awareness Month blog tour. If you are feeling suicidal, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 or text HOME to 741741. September is Suicide Prevention Awareness month. If you have debt or have had it in the past, you likely know, just …

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3 Best Reads to Build an Abundance Mindset

I think you’ll agree that have an abundance of most things, in particular money can be a big help in achieving financial goals. But did you know mindset can have a lot to do with it. If you’ve ever operated from a scarcity mindset, like me a la 2012 you’ll know it sucks and doesn’t …

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Moving to a new city can be pretty overwhelming, find out how you can get to know a new city without spending a fortune or busting your budget.

How to Get to Know a New City on a Budget

Whether you moved to a new city for a job, or to be closer to friends and family, moving to a new city can be tough. Especially if it’s a city where you don’t know anyone, in which case it is both bold and tough. When you move to a new city, whether it is …

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looking to hop off the Digit bus, jump on with Chime to build savings without having to think about it.

If you Struggle with Saving, You NEED to Start Using Chime

I think you’ll agree that paying someone money to save you money, doesn’t really make sense. The reality is that you should be rewarded for saving money. In today’s post I’m going to explain why you should stop using Digit and jump on the Chime train. If you haven’t heard about Digit and the fact …

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