As a servicemember, I’ll be the first to say that most of us have no idea what we’re doing with money.Read More
Month: May 2015
Posted by Contributor | May 22, 2015
“How to Save” articles always include the tip “Build an emergency fund,” and for good reason. As its name implies, an emergency fund tides you over during unexpected events – like fires, accidents and sudden deaths in the family.
Essentially, it’s your last line of defense finance-wise, in case you end up in a situation where you have no other sources of cash.
That’s why it’s important you know how to build an emergency fund from the get-go. For that, here are some guidelines you can follow…Read More
Posted by Kalen Bruce | May 21, 2015
There’s plenty of information out there on sleep. It’s an exhausted topic (pun intended).
There are countless debates over how much sleep you really need; we all remember the timeless advice that you must get in your 8 hours.
Well first off that’s probably not how much you need. So how much?
We’ll get there, but let’s start by looking at how the 8 hour figure came to be…Read More
Posted by Kalen Bruce | May 19, 2015
I started to write a gigantic list of everywhere that offers a student discount and then I thought twice about it…
Why waste your time searching for companies that offer discounts when there is a better alternative?
Here’s what you should be doing…Read More
Posted by Kalen Bruce | May 14, 2015
We are always trading our time for something. Everything we do is a trade-off.
If you want to be happy, accomplish your goals and live a fulfilled life, you’ll have to stop focusing on what doesn’t matter and start focusing on what does.
How do you do that? You’ve got to take your time back. Start by spending less time on these 5 things…Read More