As you might’ve seen from an earlier post, I have taken many different road trips that range from 2-18 hours around the country. I love going on road trips because I believe it allows you to truly experience the area and get involved with your surroundings…. Read more
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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!
I recently discovered a way that a person who has been bitten by the travel bug can travel the world on a budget.
It might not be new to all of you, but it is definitely new to me. I wanted to share it just in case there was anyone else out there like me who is behind on the times.
There are many costs when traveling the world and your accommodations do not have to be one of them.
This is why I am going to tell you about couch surfing.
I am super excited to write this post because I will be talking about something I just recently discovered.
Maybe most of you already know about this, maybe some of you don’t. Instead of going on a vacation in a foreign country, why not volunteer in the country instead?… Read more
As my move to Chicago is quickly approaching, I’ve been finding ways to save money here and there, and also ways to make money as well.
I’m trying to have as much backup money as possible because the cost of living is higher where I will be moving to compared to where I am now, in St. Louis…. Read more
While it can seem frustrating having to pay a little money every now and then without receiving anything concrete in return, insurance is potentially one of the most financially smart decisions we can make. If we’re running our life on a budget, the last thing we need is to have to fork out to replace or fix something expensive because of a simple accident.
If you can secure a good deal on your insurance policy, you could save yourself a huge chunk of money in the long term. Here, we take a quick look at a few ways in which to ensure you get the best deal when the time comes for you to get insured…. Read more
Shopping online has become one of the most popular and powerful ways to purchase new items. Because of this, consumers were also looking for “value” or discounts – just like sales in offline stores. Thankfully you can now use an online coupon in order to get a bigger discount on items you purchase online. The coupons are created by the advertisers or companies that want to offer an online coupon to a consumer and since it’s all done online there is absolutely no coupon cutting — what a relief! Here are some of the major benefits and advantages of an online coupon.
Taking out a credit card is something quite a few of us might do without too much prior thought. They can come in handy for shopping sprees or in emergencies when there’s not enough money in your current account to pay for basics like food, toiletries or clothes. But some might wonder what, if anything, they can actually offer in terms of perks and benefits; not to mention the impact they can have on credit ratings.