The Debt Shrink
Here are 20 things we do everyday that waste money.
Over 50+ new bloggers on the scene.
How much money are you spending eating out?
I would rather buy the new Google Pixlebook than invest money in my Roth IRA
-Peerless Money Mentor
These thoughts are about certainty in life. What do I know with absolute certainty? Is planning for the future futile?
Whether it’s due to a government shutdown, natural disaster, or illness, how long can you go without pay?
Contrary to popular belief, the culinary impaired don’t need to resort to the drive-thru, vending machine, or boxed/frozen/prepackaged meals
Think how often we say “I’ll do it later.” If there’s something that can be done in one minute or less, do it right away.
Here is how the S&P 500 has historically performed after experiencing a year of negative returns.
When it comes to my approach to personal finance, I apply what I know about motivation, behavior change, and SMARTER goals.
Gratitude can and should be a sustained current flowing through your life. All you have to do is tap into it.
Being sick is expensive! Here are 10 healthy changes you can make that will also save you money.
“I traded a few pseudo luxuries, like name brand clothing, for the ultimate luxury. We have enough passive income to cover our bills.”
Jillian from Montana Money Adventures shares how her family went from $55,000 in debt to financial independence.
I was shocked to see that I blew my food budget over the past few months. See how my 2018 expenses compared to the previous two years.
Thinking about small changes that can save you a lot of money over time? Consider how much recurring purchases like coffee are costing you.
As this is a milestone year for me, I am sharing my successes and failures. Here are the goals I had for 2018, and new goals for this year.
Jessica shares why she accepted a part-time job on her path to financial independence.
A summary of the 5 most popular articles from The Debt Shrink, and a peek at my personal and professional plans for the next year.
Here are 6 reads from around the web this month that inspired me, including She Picks Up Pennies, Zach’s post on GRS, RB40, Costa Rica Fire
By recognizing why we make poor choices, we can change our habits!
Dave from Accidental FIRE shares how he road his bike more than he drove his car in 2018.
Food waste in the US is between 30% – 40%, or about a pound of food per person a day! Here are simple food storage hacks to reduce waste.
I don’t like how holidays have been replaced with expectations of shopping. Here are 5 inspiring reads to remind us what’s truly important.
After 6 months of lifestyle inflation, we’re getting back to the foundational habit in building wealth: tracking our spending.
Here’s why Santa is not a part of Christmas for my children.