Archive for: Life…On A Budget

The 2015 Millennial Money Survey: How Much Do 20-somethings Earn And Save?

How much does the average 20-something save? What are other 20-somethings earning? How are YOU doing financially compared to other young adults your age? Wonder no more. Here are the results of Money Under 30’s second annual Millennial Money R … [Read more...]

14 Healthy, Cheap Recipes You Don’t Need To Be A Chef To Make

I never learned how to cook when I was growing up. As a result, I ate out a lot once I moved out on my own. The meals I did make at home were prepackaged foods or something a little kid could make, like cereal or mac and cheese. I'm here to tell … [Read more...]

How Being Organized Can Save Money: Organization Ideas For All Corners Of Your Life

Being organized can improve almost every aspect of you life. When you're organized, you spend less time searching and you remember important details. You're on-time for meetings, making you more reliable to those around you. When you're orga … [Read more...]

Can We Go Thrift Shopping? Pro Tips For Finding Thrift Store Deals

Last year I lost 40 pounds, which meant none of my pants fit me anymore. I went from a 34-35 waist to a 31-32, and donning my jeans turned me into a baggy-pants clown. Moreover, I wasn’t into going back to maxing out my credit cards. And while I’ve … [Read more...]

‘Whole’ Foods For Half The Price: 5 Tips For Eating Well On Any Budget

It's simple enough to eat well if money isn't an issue. Shop at the highest-priced grocery store in town, load up on fair-trade grains, locally-sourced produce and grass-fed Kobe beef so exclusive it was ranched and butchered by Kobe Bryant h … [Read more...]

Streaming Stick Showdown: Amazon Fire Stick Vs. Chromecast Vs. Roku Streaming Stick Vs. Vudu Spark

The term "set top box," traditionally used to describe devices that plugged into your TV, is antiquated. Not only are today's TVs so thin that nothing with the girth of a penny could possibly stand atop them, but the new "boxes" aren't boxes at all, … [Read more...]

Hunting For A New TV? Avoid These Dealbreakers

It's taken months of hustle and heartbreak to get to this point. Grand schemes, hard work and skilled execution have led to the main event that everyone's talking about. And it all comes down to a grand finale that means everything. The Super … [Read more...]

Get Well Fast: What To Do When You Can’t Afford To Be Sick

When your body falls ill, so does your financial outlook. Medical bills and lost productivity --  combined with the difficulty of playing catch-up once you feel better -- make flu season a financially risky time of year. Perhaps the most stifling d … [Read more...]

The Best Months To Buy Things In 2015

Here’s an easy financial New Year’s resolution to make and keep this year: Find the best months to buy things, especially big-ticket items. You see, even though you’ll find stuff on sale throughout the year, retailers offer the biggest discounts on … [Read more...]

5 Ways To Make The Most Of Moving Back Home With Your Parents

Unemployed. Underemployed. Deep in dept. An unclear focus of the future. These are some of the reason why an estimated one in five young adults move back home to live with their parents. If you're one of these boomerang adults, you probably get … [Read more...]