What I Would Do With An Extra $1,000 Right Now

What to Do With An Extra $1,000

This contribution is courtesy of MyWealthManifesto.com, a personal finance blog dedicated to breaking down every aspect of money management into practical and useful tips. __________ When you get an extra $1,000, what’s the best thing to do with it? There’s nothing better than getting a small bonus at work, a […]

Can you distinguish frugal from cheap?

Can you distinguish frugal cheap

How do you distinguish frugal from cheap? Saving money has always been a major concern among people trying to be financially responsible. Adopting a minimalist and frugal lifestyle can only be beneficial if you’re looking to spend less and save more. However, there’s a fine line between being meticulous with […]

3 remarkable financial benefits of home cooking

3 remarkable financial benefits home cooking

Did you know cooking at home has more money benefits than usually ‘advertised’? Aside from obviously saving money on your restaurant bill, there are other remarkable financial benefits of cooking at home we often fail to consider. Many praise the countless health benefits of cooking at home. Others emphasize how eating […]

9 useful household supplies you can buy for 1$

9 useful household supplies you can buy for 1 dollar

When saving money becomes a burden, the next best thing is trying to cut costs wherever possible. If you could find useful things to buy for $1 or less, wouldn’t you take advantage to save even more? Couponing to save money on food, turning off the lights to save on electricity, […]

Best 13 ways to enjoy a no spend summer weekend

Best 13 ways to enjoy a no spend summer weekend

Can you really enjoy a no spend summer weekend? Can you actually let a whole weekend go by without spending a dime? Many who have adopted a frugal lifestyle and embraced minimalism are actually enjoying no spend weekends on a regular basis. So yes, no spend week end days are […]

5 money saving “tips” that don’t work

5 money saving tips dont work

Saving money should be a priority if you have important plans for your future. Often times though, we struggle with certain money saving tips that don’t work! Money saving advice is accessible for everyone, it’s one of the best advantages of living in the era of information. However, getting carried away […]

How to live well below your means

how to live well below your means

Is it possible to live well, below your means? Anyone looking to pay off debt, retire early or simply save money for personal reasons should know the difference between living below your means, within your means or above them. The problem with consumerism today is the constant temptation to spend […]

Throwback Father’s Day: 5 financial money habits I learned from my dad

Throwback Father's Day 5 good financial money habits I learned from my dad

Sunday is Father’s Day. Since I won’t be able to see mine face to face (we live a few countries apart), what better way to celebrate the day than by reflecting on the most important good financial money habits I learned from my dad! One of my very first “financial related” […]