The New Year has begun and with it, at least for many of us, come resolutions—the most popular being an improved health routine, combined with eating right and finally losing those extra pounds. Will this finally be the year of fitness success? We secretly hope so, but by March, most of us usually quit what we resolved to start! Read more…

It’s quite easy to think of all the good habits we wish we had: getting up earlier, working out every day, putting money away each month. As it turns out, setting good habits can be a powerful way to help keep us focused and organized and achieve our goals. Read more…

Like paying for utilities or health insurance, home insurance is one of those annoying, but necessary expenses we have to pay for, whether we want to or not, or whether we ever actually use it or not. But have you ever stopped to consider whether or not you may be paying too much to insure your home? Read more…

The dollar store has been a financial game changer for myself and so many others. From home essentials to functional decorations, you can find what you’re looking for. And while you may not go to the dollar store often, knowing what to buy at the dollar store will save you so much money—rather than go elsewhere. Read more…


There’s a common misconception that eating healthy foods means spending hundreds of dollars a week on organic fresh produce. While it’s easy to overspend when shopping for healthy foods, all it takes is a little effort in the beginning to know what to shop for, and it eventually becomes effortless once you know your way around the supermarket. Read more…

I’ve never been a big fan of garage sales, even though I’ve had quite a few over the years. They are a lot of work—more work that they’re even worth! I would rather sell on eBay, Craigslist or Facebook and donate the rest to charity. Read more…

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