Part of seeking a debt-free life (for me) has been finding ways to trim down my current lifestyle. For instance, I traded in my $150 a month gym bill for free workout opportunities. More recently, I’ve been looking through my closet for things to sell for extra money and snowball my debt with the cash […]
The basis of having healthy finances is having a fallback plan, also known as an emergency fund. In fact, it is what Dave Ramsey often calls “Baby Step One.” Save $1000 a month (or within a month) to lay a good foundation for your finances. However, very few people heed this warning. I’m embarrassed to say […]
No matter what part of your life you’re trying to improve, there’s an app for it. Because being financially and physically fit are both extremely important to me, I’ve been able to find some great apps that help me stay on track. If you’re interested in bettering your life, these tracking apps will help you […]
Although I write for a living, I enjoy it in my spare time as well. In fact, I’ll journal about, well, just about anything most of the time. More recently, I’ve fallen in love with the idea of bullet journals. You can use them to organize just about anything. Here’s how bullet journaling can help […]
Helping the Underinsured, Ethos Makes Term Life Insurance Affordable No other financial product provides the kind of security you get from life insurance. It helps beneficiaries during truly painful circumstances. Sadly, most adults either don’t have life insurance or have insufficient coverage for all of the things that arise in bereavement and its aftermath.