June is National Pet Preparedness month and as we all know the expenses of owning a pet add up quickly. Keep your pet budget on the right path with these money saving tips. Look for pet food and treats online. All online pet stores and even many online grocery stores sell pet food. They offer tons of brands for all types of diets and many … Continue reading How are You Saving for National Pet Preparedness Month?
Summertime means sunshine, laughter and good times with good people. Often these good times include going out to eat with friends and family. No one wants to miss out on a good meal, but dining out can get pricey if you’re not taking the right steps to stay on budget when you’re out with the gang. Below is some money saving advice that will help … Continue reading How to Save on Dining This Summer
We all know that feeling of being totally broke after spending big on a summer vacation. Most people splurge while on summer vacations but you don’t have to spend big to enjoy the fun of an all-out summer escape. Here are five money-saving tips for your big trip that will leave you feeling financially happy when you return home. Be flexible with transportation options. Flight … Continue reading Five Ways to Save on Vacation
Every kid had a piggy bank sitting in their room, filled to the brim with change and maybe just a few buttons. As time goes by those ideas of saving for a new toy or game start to fade, and our minds focus on the short-term, present goals. In your 20’s, it can be stressful feeling pulled in different directions when it comes to saving … Continue reading How to be a Millenial with Smart Financial Priorities
Taking advantage of your 20’s is something many professors and psychologists constantly beg young men and women to do. To start the “20 Something Series”, here is a moving Ted Talk by Meg Jay who’s passion lies in inspiring our youth. https://www.ted.com/talks/meg_jay_why_30_is_not_the_new_20 Continue reading Why 30 is not the new 20
Here is a list of five bad habits that could save you money each year if you quit. Some of these habits are also bad for your health, but all are bad for your pocketbook. Soft drinks – If you drink one soft drink a day at $1.50 each that is $547.50 a year! If you have three a day, you will have spent $1,642.50. … Continue reading Five Bad Habits That are Costing You Money
This year, more than any year prior, touch devices are accounting for more online sales. It turns out that there is more to this than just convenience of mobility. New research out of Boston College found that consumers are purchasing more on these devices because the action of touching the screen gives them a higher affinity for the product and, in turn, is translating into … Continue reading Touchers Beware: The Truth Behind Shopping on a Tablet