We always want more money. Instead of valuing saving money, set financial goals that help move us closer to what’s most important.
People work jobs they hate to afford a lifestyle that they think will make them happy. But they are miserable. How do we break free?
Housing is our largest expense. Tips to help those buying a home, as well as current homeowners who still want to save money.
Find work-life balance, define your life purpose, and take a peek into how the rest of the world lives. Here are three of the best TED talks
How do I know whether I am considered middle class? What is middle class anyway?
There were no car problems, appliance failures, or other major costs this month. So why did my May 2019 expenses still come in over budget?
With food being a necessity and our most expensive variable cost, people are looking for ways to spend less on food and still eat healthy.
Caring about what others think, being car-poor, buying a house, recognizing cognitive biases, and teaching kids about personal finance.
Our shift from “consumers” of stuff to livers of life is a welcome one. But often our “experiences” center around going out to eat.
Farmers markets used to be a place to support local growers while getting a fair price for produce. Now, you don’t know what you’ll find.
Accomplishing a goal feels exhilarating. I experienced that when I paid off my student loans. And again after running in my first 5K.
There are many things I want and love, but they can’t be found in stores. So what are my most valued possessions?
Sure, you can get your kids to do the dirty work. But chances are you are doing the cleaning. Save time and money: hacks to keep it simple.
Once our basic needs are met, money does not increase happiness. Yet it’s hard not to compare our lives to those of our friends.
Forget pills, gym memberships, or diet foods. I lost 20 pounds and it didn’t cost me a cent. In fact, I saved money.
It’s always something. Here’s a look into my family’s April 2019 expenses and how we live off one middle-class income.
Over half of Americans don’t take a lunch break. If you’re finding yourself hangry during the day, this may be why.
What is the difference between relaxation, distraction, and mindfulness? And how do I know if I’m doing it right?
I hate April Fools. But it is a good reminder that things aren’t always what they seem.
Holidays and other celebrations are my weakness. These tips will make it easier to make healthy choices during parties and get-togethers.
If we want our situations to change and health to improve, then we need to do something different. So how do we manage stress?
Peeking into the world of the über rich, seeing images of what we are doing to our planet, and opening doors of middle-class family homes
There were times when I felt hopeless and wanted to give up, especially when I faced a setback. But I kept moving forward, and it paid off!
March came with a surprise. Our refrigerator died! So how did we handle this? Here’s a look into how my family f 5 lives off 1 income.
The average American spends $1,500 a year on wasted food. 90% of food scraps end up in landfills. Composting can save the earth & save money
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