Articles Posted in the Money Management Category

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    How to Travel Anywhere, Even if You’re Broke

      For some of you, “Traveling more” might be on your list of New Year’s resolutions. I hear it from people all the time. “I wish I could travel more! I’m so jealous!” or, “I wish I would have spent more time traveling when I was younger.” I hear it often because I make an […]

  • Being Green While Saving Green: Maintaining Energy Efficiency During the Holidays

    Guest Post by Beth Kelly Many people view the onset of the holiday season with ambivalence. While they enjoy the festive spirit and cherish spending quality time with loved ones, they’re put off by the expenses and waste that typically accompany preparing for the holidays. By doing things for yourself, instead of making costly purchases, […]

  • Healthy Eating On Vacation

    When you are on vacation, you may be surrounded by fast food options, theme parks filled with food such as cotton candy and funnel cakes, and a lack of exercise opportunities.  In addition, the long hours spent traveling by car or plane does not benefit a healthy lifestyle.  Fortunately, there are some tips and tricks […]

  • Don’t Go Broke for the Holidays

    Thanksgiving & Christmas meals don’t have to break your bank. Here are some hearty, homestyle meals for the holiday season.   Whipped Sweet Potato Stuffed Clementines-.18 Baked Kale Chips – $.11 Baba Ghanoush – $.29 The Best (shh, Vegan!) Chili in the World – $.70 Broccoli Soup – $.92 Spinach Pepper Soup – $.60 Heavenly Homemade […]

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    Car Shopping: 5 Ways to Save

    After three and two respective years as public transportation enthusiasts, my husband and I recently rejoined the car-owning population of the world. While taking trains and buses gave many opportunities to stand on a soapbox and brag about our money-saving, environment-saving lifestyle, we are again thrilled at the convenience of owning a vehicle. We tried […]

  • Broke and Generous: Why Give When Money’s Tight?

    If you’re reading this, you’re probably on a budget. You might have debt. Like everyone I know, you’re probably trying to cut back on spending. Money is tight – and that’s exactly why you should be giving it away where it’s needed. Do I sound crazy? There are significant needs in this country and around […]

  • 9 Words that Got Me Out of Debt

      Being broke—I mean really broke—can be scary. But the stress can be manageable with the right attitude and self-control, right? I’ve found that the fine line between living on the edge and a downward spiral into hopelessness is one factor: DEBT. Thomas Gnomologia said, “Debt is the worst poverty.” Debt isn’t just a healthy […]