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The 50/20/30 Budget

Today I’m going to talk about the 50/20/30 budget. Now, normally I don’t like to set strict budgeting to different categories. I find it’s more useful to me to put as much towards my savings and investments as possible while still feeling comfortable. Continue reading “The 50/20/30 Budget”

Millennials: What You Spend Eating Out…

Just get that fancy latte with the siren on it? How about that fancy hormone free burrito? Prepare yourself. You’re in for a wild ride. (not really, but PAY ATTENTION)

Everyone does it, I do it more frequently than I should. Even our parents and grandparents do it. Continue reading “Millennials: What You Spend Eating Out…”

Should You Invest Or Pay Off Student Loan Debt?

Of all the questions asked, our generation seems to have this question more often than anything else. The funny thing is that most people usually already know or have a strong opinion about what they want to do. Maybe they just want me to prove them wrong? Continue reading “Should You Invest Or Pay Off Student Loan Debt?”

Defined By What You Wear – 5 Ways Buying Things Won’t Make You Happy

I know a certain someone: that someone has amassed a shoe collection spanning two walls and a closet. Somewhere to the tune of over 80 pairs of shoes.That’s basically saying you wear one pair of shoes 4 times a year. Not to mention the countless dress socks that could fill a bathtub. I won’t say who but that person buys more clothes in one month than I probably do in a year. Continue reading “Defined By What You Wear – 5 Ways Buying Things Won’t Make You Happy”

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