Why You Shouldn’t Buy a Huge Home

Buying a home can be an exciting milestone and it’s often associated with the ‘American Dream’. Not everyone desires to become a home owner but for those who do, buying a big dream house may be seen as the end goal along with a major status symbol. Personally, I think big houses are overrated and some people tend to bite off more than they can chew when they purchase a home that is...

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7 Budget-Friendly Date Ideas

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner? Don’t have any plans yet? Don’t worry. Valentine’s Day really gets hyped up by retailers and couples are who in the honeymoon stage of their relationship (in my opinion) but that doesn’t mean you need to stress out or spend a ton of money this month just to show your significant other how much you mean to him or her. This year,...

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How to Improve Your Work-Life Balance This Year

5 Things I’m Giving Up to Become Debt Free (13)
Some people argue that work-life balance doesn’t exist but I beg to differ. Many of us have to work to bring in an income but we also have to live our lives, take breaks and do things that make us happy. That being said, there is a never-ending struggle to find the balance between work and living life. The negative effects of a bad work-life balance can be quite severe. You may find yourself...

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4 Things I’m NOT Giving Up to Become Debt Free

5 Things I’m Giving Up to Become Debt Free (2)
Last week, I shared 5 things I’m giving up in order to become debt free. This week, I think it’s only fair to share some of the things I’m not giving up while on my debt repayment journey. I only came up with 4 this time so many that mean I’m still better at making sacrifices to pay off my debt 🙂 Even though I really want to get out of debt, I don’t consider it a death...

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Posted in: Credit and Debt
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