10 Realistic Financial Goals for 2021

10 Realistic Financial Goals for 2021

See ya later 2020, and good riddance! With the holidays coming to an end and the new year on the horizon, the annual conversation of new year’s resolutions is back in focus. While setting big goals can be motivational and exciting, it’s okay to have smaller,...
Does Budgeting Sound Spooky?

Does Budgeting Sound Spooky?

We promise it’s not a trick, but rather a treat! Budgeting can sound like a daunting and tedious task, but thanks to living in the age of technology, there are many free and easy-to-use resources available to help you stay on track with your financial goals. One of...
An Affordable Fall Bucket List

An Affordable Fall Bucket List

The crisp mornings, changing colors, and pumpkin-spice lattes seem to already be in full effect this fall. As the excitement of a new season emerges, there are numerous activities that come to mind with some being more expensive than others. Trying to enjoy all the...
Creating a Learn-From-Home Space for Cheap

Creating a Learn-From-Home Space for Cheap

With the 2020 school year underway, students from elementary to college are experiencing many different approaches to learning. Whether schools are adopting a hybrid approach of both in-person and online school days, fully online, or fully in person, there are a lot...
Having an Extravagant Evening at Home

Having an Extravagant Evening at Home

A summer of not being able to frequent the usual evening spots can bring on boredom and longing to be back out doing the things we love. However, frequently going out can also be a big money-spender. Even though one evening’s ticket might only amount to $25, going out...