Trim, a 'personal finance assistant', will cancel your unwanted subscriptions, text you when you spend too much on Uber, and even negotiate your cable bill.
With so many ways to cut down on spending and save on your budget, how do you know which to choose? Check out these 6 tips to trim your monthly budget.
Bullet journaling is a new and trendy way to track your spending. Using pen and paper can make you more active in your budgeting and can be fun too! Here's how to start keeping a bullet journal.
The Whole 30 Diet---a Paleo diet, can help eliminate your unhealthy food habits, and unnecessary spending. Here's how to Whole 30 for under $10 a day.
Doing a financial cleanse can help build healthy financial habits now and in the future.
Are meal delivery companies like Home Chef, Blue Apron, and HelloFresh worth it? Taking a look at the cost and convenience of weekly cook-at-home meal kits.
We've all gotta eat, but we don't have to pay out the nose for the privilege. Here are 7 ways to lower your food bill and fill up your stomach.
Living in NYC (or L.A., San Francisco, Boston. D.C. or any other large city) is expensive. Here's how to afford living in NYC or other cities on any budget.
Buying second-hand is a tried-and-true method of saving, but there are some items best bought new.