Stuck in the paycheck to paycheck rut? You either need to spend less — or earn more — money.
Forget the spreadsheets. The best thing you can do for your budget is to take a step back and look at the big picture.
"Budgeting" and "dieting" are our two toughest resolutions. The strategies that work with one just might work for the other.
Getting in great shape shouldn't cost you an arm and a leg. Here's how to get fit for zero dollars.
We usually caution against retail therapy — it's so wasteful! — but if you're gonna, at least try to reduce some of the harm.
Managing your money as a freelancer isn't easy, but with this easy five-step plan, you can level out the highs and lows.
Dogs are cute, cuddly, and can be very costly. Here's how to prepare for their big bills.
Eating food is the best, but what's even better is not wasting food that's about to go bad. Here are other ways to use food, other than eating it.
Today we found helpful articles on ways to use luck to stretch your budget, how to make your laundry routine more eco-friendly, and grilling tips for newbies.
I've never been good with money. But in just three months of using Acorns, I've gotten a whole lot better.
Wanna live your best life by age 30? Here's everything you need to do.
Sick of busting your budget wide open every time you head to the grocery store? These savings hacks will help.
Did you know there are ways to save AND make money while traveling? Give these a try next time you hit the road.
If the latest apps and digital spreadsheets aren't your cup of tea, kick it old school with these low tech ways to keep finances on track.
If seeing your spending helps you stick to budget, a cash system may be the answer you need. Here's how to make the switch to cash and carry.
Didn't think you could learn a thing or two about money from your family pet? Think again.
Before you get your party on this spring break, make sure these major budget busters don't end up being a buzzkill.
Can't figure out why you keep making the same money mistakes? Your birth order might be to blame.
"Cost" is more than dollars and cents. Use these mental money blocks to take charge of your money and live a more rewarding frugal lifestyle.
Buyer's remorse usually follows close behind the purchases you make — especially big ones. But for these buys, know that you've done the right thing.
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