money problems got you down?
Find the Hidden Room in Your Budget with this Easy Financial Audit
Chances are, you’ve probably got some hidden room in your budget tied up in services you meant to cancel long ago.
Doing a simple audit of your automated expenses is a quick and easy way to find extra money to save.
personal finance in your 20s
Over the last year I have received a total of seven free hotel stays, flew one way to Seattle from Portland for only $5.60 and received two free meals at upscale restaurants.
Ready to live the dream? Here’s how you do it. Work a remote job, choose an affordable place to live or travel in the world, make a travel budget and pull the damn trigger!
I’ve got a husband, a toddler and a dog...so when I make decisions, I make the appropriate compromises. But I’ve long dreamed and researched how I’d do this so I’m going to give you the master plan I wish I could implement.
If you’re reading this, you may not have even come up with a savings goal yet. So, let’s set one now. $1000. It’s an amount that can seem daunting, but it’s a good feeling to know you’ve got that as back up for any unknowns that can pop up.
When you haven’t even saved your first $100, savings can be mystical and intimidating, but with a few hacks it can be a lot easier than you think.
I put together this list, selecting the most user friendly and convenient (or millennial friendly) budgeting and savings services. Most of the things on this list are free, but all of them make it easier to reach your financial goals.
This template is for you if you want to travel, but don’t know how to save for it, you know where you want to go, but don’t know how much it will cost, you’re flexible on where you go, but want to plan a trip somewhere or you’re ready to make travel a priority and need a plan.