By: Chuck Kuster
All money – even pennies – is valuable and should be saved. Use picking up lost coins yourself as a way to discuss the merits of saving. 348 more words
College and post college time has taught me how to stretch pretty tight budget. I think I’ve earned the right to use the phrase “ballin on a budget.” According to Webster, a budget is “the amount of money that is available for, required for, or assigned to a particular purpose.” … 612 more words
What Are the Different Classes of Assets?
When it comes to investing their money, many people are content to take a random approach.
They may have received a hot tip for a particular investment and decided to plow a large amount of money into it with no regard to the overall balance of their portfolios. 423 more words
I wanted to call this list Five Crafty Scams, but figured I could get into a bit of trouble.
Crafting is an expensive hobby. I expect to have a bit of money to spare because I don’t waste money on drinking or smoking, but if I sat down and thought about it, smoking might cost less. 1,171 more words
There is so much that is expected of Moms these days, I think of people in general actually. Wake up, master your personal hygiene(which for me has been reduced to brushing teeth and pooping), nursing my 5 month old, feeding my other two daughters, communicating about the day and reminders with my husband (since we share one car knowing exactly what the other needs to do is essential), checking Facebook, checking email, checking voice mails and text messages, getting dressed, checking the news, feeding all the kids again, getting to the library or the park or church or bible study or the play date on time, with enough snacks/diapers/change of clothes/proper shoes etc etc… When did my life get so busy that I can’t even remember what I need to remember? 786 more words
Purchasing a vehicle is the second largest purchase we make in our lives. And I don’t know about you, but it seems that with every pay cheque that comes in there are always purchases that come before saving – like buying festival tickets, an unexpected night out or takeaway food. 459 more words