Break Free, Reduce Stress and Upgrade Your Lifestyle

After spending years on a tight budget, struggling to make ends meet, you finally see a light at the end of the tunnel. With time and hard work, you’re able to move beyond worrying about paying the bills. In fact, you may be at a point in your life where you’re living a bit more comfortably.

Unfortunately, life is a giant paradox… throughout most of our lives we are in one of two situations either we have plenty of time but no money or we have enough money but no time. If you’ve conquered the money problem and are fighting the time problem, how would you like to improve your lifestyle and free up some time?

Cross Country: Tips For Your Next Move

Many people look forward to moving and relocating to a new city or state. For those who are moving cross country, it can be expensive to transport all of the items to a new location. When you want to save money and reduce your costs, there are a few important tips to follow.

Be Sure Your Family is Secure Physically and Financially

As parents, we all want our homes and family to be well protected. Ensuring the well-being of your family is your ultimate goal as a parent. However, we can’t always be present to make sure this happens. As a result, home security systems and certain types of insurance coverage can help to ensure the safety of everyone and everything under your roof.

4 Sneaky Ways to Save on Halloween Costumes

Fortunately, there are many ways to save money on Halloween costumes. You just have to be a little imaginative and use these tips. None of these cost much money, but they will certainly get a great reception from family and friends.

Avoid the “Money Pit” Syndrome

A remodeling project can become expensive very quickly without you even realizing it. But anyone who has ever watched HGTV knows that there are lots of ways to cut costs… from secondhand stores to doing a lot of the work on your own… The key is knowledge.

The Marshmallow Test for Improving Your Finances

By using this lens to look at all your life’s decisions you can use the marshmallow principle to drastically improve your chances for a successful life.

5 Financial Tips For New College Students

Going to college can be both frustrating and exciting at the same time. For many people, college is a learning experience that teaches many of the essentials of life. But in addition to just learning from books you are also learning how to live int he adult world. And a big part of that is managing your financial life. Here are five financial tips to help new students adjust to college life.

Pricing Your Remodel: How to Stay Within a Budget

Remodeling can be expensive but if you are willing to contribute some work and even a bit of sweat to turn your home into what you envision it to be, in the end you’ll save a lot of money and be able to take a lot more pride in the result.