These days, financial
These days, financial
Summer is almost here and the activities available to us are endless. Many of us are cooped in our homes from the cold weather over the winter. The summer is filled with free things to do, all you have to do is some digging to find out who and where is giving away free goodies…. Read more
Have you ever used a prepaid card? If not, then you may be unsure as to exactly why a person would want to use one.
There are many benefits to using a prepaid card, and that is why there are so many coming out right now. By using a prepaid card, a person may be able to manage their budget better because they can only spend the money that is on their prepaid card.
This is much better than a credit card because there is no credit line that you have access to. Once you spend all the money on your card, you simply cannot use it anymore.
Another positive is that you can load your prepaid card with the exact amount of money you need, so if you are traveling overseas then you can bring just the amount of money that you need, still receive fraud protection, but also not have all of the money in your bank account at risk.
With all of the above being said, you can probably understand why I wanted to review the Kaiku Visa Prepaid Card. Prepaid cards are becoming more and more popular in the financial world and I wanted everyone to know all about one that I believe is possibly the best. Instead of wasting your time on prepaid cards that are no good, I definitely recommend that you check out the Kaiku Visa Prepaid Card.
Here is everything you need to know about the Kaiku Visa Prepaid Card:
What do you think of prepaid cards?
So many thoughts have been going through my head on what I want to do after I get back from South America.
My original plan was to just stay in Colorado and do some traveling when I could, but then I had a crazy thought. I asked myself why I wasn't simply living in another country instead of just traveling around all the time.
I have been debating the idea of becoming an Au Pair. I have been getting pretty serious about the idea since I won't be able to do it in a few years as there is a cut-off age for certain countries in their visa requirements.
I also thought this was a perfect time since I am finishing school online and I am not in a relationship. Combining children and traveling gave me this idea, and the benefits that I would get along with it make the opportunity seem even more amazing.
Below I've listed the countries that I am interested in becoming in Au Pair in and the benefits I would get along with it. These benefits are also based on an agency that I've thought about going through.
There are many Au Pair's that don't go through agencies, but I'm not sure how comfortable I feel doing that especially since this is my first time doing this. Going through an agency will make sure I am with a safe family (or at least to the best of their ability).
If you are new to Couchsurfing or have never heard of it before, you will definitely want to read further.
I was inspired to write this post because my mom has been Couchsurfing all over Europe at the age of 61 years old. She is living life to the fullest, even on a tight budget! A lot of people get the idea that only rich people can travel when that is not the case at all…. Read more
My 22nd birthday is quickly approaching and I can't even believe it.
For some reason, I no longer care about my birthday after I turned 21 years old. What's so cool about being 22? Haha.
Actually, there's a bunch of reasons why I am happy to move on to 22. I had somewhat of a rough year at 21 years old, and so many different things changed in my life.
I moved to a new state, made wrong decisions, fell in a spiral of heavy drinking and eating junk food. I was depressed, lonely, and lost. I truly believe we are all at one point pulled into a very dark time in our life for a reason, and it will eventually shoot you off into awesomeness if you work for it.
Many people assume that living a healthy lifestyle has to be expensive.
I'm going to break it down for all of you who either need help with staying healthy on a budget or have it stuck in your mind that living a healthy lifestyle is too expensive for you.
At the end, you will learn by #1 most important tip to living a healthy lifestyle on a budget. #1 is what many people who are beginning their healthy journey do and it's a huge mistake.
First off, your health should be important to you for many reasons. $8 might seem like a lot to you, but let me break down what many people spend each day. Many people think that eating out for “cheap” meals each day is cheaper than eating healthy. That is not true!
A simple trick I use to save extra money is using Ebates. Ebates gives cash back (yes, actual money) for shopping online.
Ebates is the largest cashback website with over 2,000 brands listed like: Amazon, Sephora, Forever21, Walmart, Target, Macy's, and so many more that you probably shop at.
Ebates is simple and easy to use. To earn cash back, all you have to do is log on to your Ebates account and find the store you want to shop at.
There are over 2,000 stores listed and many more added regularly, your favorite brand is bound to be on the website.
After you've found the brand you want to shop at, click the store's link and shop like you normally would.
You're getting money back for the shopping you would already be doing in the first place.
You even get a $10 welcome bonus after you join for free with my link here after you place your first purchase of $25 or more.
Ebates is 100% free for you to use and will never have a monthly fee. If you prefer shopping on your phone, there's even an app!