3 Tips to Help You Stick To Your Goal of Saving More Money This Year

The new year has just started and most have made new years resolutions regarding money. Have you resolved to save more money in the new year ? If you answered yes you’re not alone. However, following through with that goal is the hard part. There are several great reasons as to why you need to

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Here is the Formula for Achieving Success and Happiness in Your 20s, 30s, and 40s

There are so many things that were thought to be impossible until someone did them. Humans would never visit the stars, then Yuri Gagarin went to space in 1961 and Neil Armstrong walked on the moon in 1969. Just this past September, Diana Nyad was the first person to swim from Cuba to Florida without

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WHY NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS ARE DANGEROUS TO YOUR MONEY.

Many people look at new year’s resolutions as a good thing. They make vows to get healthy, save more money, spend less money, give up vices or bad habits and more. Do these all sound great to you? Most people would say yes. However, all of the above are bad resolutions. Why do you ask?

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4 No Brainer Ways to Avoid More Debt During the Holidays

Over 80% of Americans have debt: mortgages, car loans, credit card loans etc. You likely fall in that number and you likely want to pay off your debt. Whether you’re the type of person who is really good about making sure you pay more than the minimum payment every month or you’re struggling to do

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5 Ways To Make Your Credit Score Jump & a Free Credit Score and Credit Report from Wells Fargo

Hey Frugal Feministas: I am working with Wells Fargo to help spread the word about their Get Smart About Credit Campaign. Based on some of your responses from the survey that I sent, I jumped at the opportunity to be a part of this initiative to help improve and strengthen credit scores in our community.

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How Periodically Checking Your Reoccurring Payment Plans Can Save You Money

Recently I went to my cell phone carrier because I was having issues with my phone. I went to the store to explore options to either fix my phone or get a new one.  Right before I left, the associate asked me if I wanted to explore whether my plan fits my needs. Of course

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Why DIY is a Great Money Saving Strategy

One day, while waiting for the milkshake to be made, I asked the bartender to detail the ingredients in the shake.  He told me, and the next day I went to Whole Foods to buy vanilla coconut ice cream, chocolate syrup, and almond milk.  The total cost for all items was about $10.  I could

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What Does Your Zodiac Sign Say About Your Financial Prowess?

Many of our spending habits are influenced by our upbringing. If you were brought up in a household that counted every penny, you may find yourself monitoring your cash flow and being very cautious with your investments as you get older. If you grew up in a house full of spendthrifts, you may carry on

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4 Ways To Put Your Financial Needs First

Putting yourself first is probably the best thing that you can do for the longevity of your finances and your peace of mind. All of your dreams, passions, and short-term goals, no matter how big or small have a price tag. But in order to realize any of them, you have to get into the

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