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Consumerism has turned into an addiction.
As a society, we are addicted to consumption. We consume products, food, things…at an alarming rate.
I’m starting this “Understanding Series” with consumerism for a reason. I’m going to go in-depth with every area of your finances throughout this series, but it all starts right here.
If you don’t understand consumerism and how to get out of the trap, you will lack in every other area of your finances.
Here it is: how to set yourself apart from the average consumer. How to be a savvy consumer…
Ugh, just the thought of saving money brings on a frown. It’s such a herculean task! But it doesn’t have to be like that since you can save money without giving too much effort. Believe me, it’s possible to save extra money in your bank account without bringing massive changes in your lifestyle. Here are the 25 tips that can help me prove my point.
Vacation is a great opportunity to visit new places and spend quality time with your friends and family. There are many reasons that justify going on a vacation. Vacation refreshes your mind and soul. Vacation improves mental health, relieves stress, increases productivity, strengthens family ties and allows you to do things that you enjoy the most.
Planning vacation does not only count booking luxury hotel or selecting a destination, but also analyzing bank balance to help you decide whether or not you should travel. But what if your bank account isn’t ready. You need to take effective measures to cut down your daily expenses and save money for the vacation. Read the following creative ways.
It’s that time of year when love is in the air. As Valentine’s Day quickly approaches, our thoughts turn to matters of the heart and questions about how to celebrate the day without breaking the bank. Lucky for you, we have some excellent ideas to make this Valentine’s Day a frugal and festive event. Cue the violins…
They say that moving homes can be one of the most stressful experiences you will ever go through in your life – but moving can not only cause stress for the body and mind, it can also place huge strains on your bank balance (and this is after you’ve purchased your new home).
In this article, I will cover nine steps to ensure that the financial burdens of moving are lessened and your bank account can breathe a sigh of relief.
No matter whether you are looking for health insurance or income protection, effective insurance planning is a must.
There are, unfortunately, so many individuals that are forking out their hard earned cash on a policy that is simply not right for them and their financial situation.
With that being said, read on to discover five of the top general insurance buying mistakes you need to avoid.
Bills, bills, bills. It’s like no matter how many you pay, there’s another one in route to your mailbox. Unfortunately for us, there is no effective solution to getting rid of bills altogether (Though it would be nice). That means you’ll need to come up with a few suitable solutions to minimize the amount of money you have to shell out on the monthly basis. Check out the five most common bills and efficient solutions for lower the cost:
You want more money. Even Warren Buffet, who has a lot more money than you, wants more money.
When it comes to saving money, or that nasty word budget, it’s a safe bet you have negative associations with the practice. You might think of the cocktails you won’t be having with friends, fishing trips you’ll be missing, and delicious foods you won’t be enjoying. Cheer up, man! I’m here to tell you there’s a way to spend less by spending more…