10 Insider Tips For Saving Money On A Cruise (That Actually Work)

One of the best trips of my life was my first cruise vacation to Alaska with my mom. It was so amazing that I want to go on the same exact cruise again. 

Cruising to Alaska is expensive compared to cruising to the Bahamas. Wherever your cruise goes, save some mone with these tips below!

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Arcadia Power Review | How You Can Save Money & The Environment

Did you know you can upgrade to clean energy and save money?

With Arcadia Power, you can switch to clean energy, improve your home’s efficiency, and save money.

Today we’re going to go everything you need to know in this Arcadia Power review.

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How I Spend $1,794 A Month Earning $80,000 Per Year

*June 2020 | I’ve recently updated this post to reflect my most recent budget.*

When I first wrote this post, I originally was only spending less than $1,350 a month. Since then, I’ve really changed things up. I love spending money on things I enjoy and I’ve increased my spending quite a bit on social outings and shopping. 

Today’s post is inspired by the Money Diaries series on Refinery 29 and Lauren Bowling from Financial Best Life. 

I first heard of Money Diaries from Lauren, and it’s been interesting to see how everyone spends their money.

I’m going to switch things up on today’s post. I won’t be writing a complete money diary for each expense.

Instead, I’ll be breaking down my monthly expenses, how I lowered my monthly expenses, and how I plan on living on less than $1,000 in the near future. 

Disclaimer: I don’t have kids. I don’t plan on having kids. I have zero debt. I have an emergency fund. I don’t buy new clothes, I rarely shop, and I live minimally. Just because I spend money this way, doesn’t mean you need to. In my personal opinion, finance isn’t a one-size fit all. This is a judgment-free zone. Do you enjoy buying clothes each month? Do you enjoy living in a big house and having kids? Obviously, your numbers will be different from mine. Again, j-u-d-g-m-e-n-t free zone. 

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19 Books By Bloggers You Should Read Today

I’ve been blogging since 2013, and since then, so many books have been published by bloggers. I love walking into a bookstore and seeing my friends books on the shelves; it’s so inspiring. 

You can learn so many new things from people have been blogging for almost ten years (with some blogging for a couple decades!). 

Here are 19 books by bloggers to put on your reading list.

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