Dang! How expensive is dating these days!!? I just learned that the average date in the USA costs $102 ... That’s average across all U.S. states, but where I live in California, singles apparently shell out an average of $226 for a date night. Ouch 😳 My poor wife... The last time I spent $226 on a single date night was... well, ummmm... I can’t even remember a time.
INSIDE: Added up a bunch of the best finance and money memes around savings, debt, student loans, income, being rich, being broke, and more. Enjoy! I'm just gonna paste up a bunch of my favorite money memes, because why not? If I missed any good ones, let me know :) - J to the Dollar Sign ******* Funny Memes About
Buenos días, amigas dinero! Some of these money saving challenges might seem simple and silly… But, that’s the whole point! It’s a scientific fact that you are 72% more likely to achieve your financial goals if you structure them as a fun and childish game. (And by “scientific fact”, I really mean that I just made this up in my head right now, but it seems legit
[My buddy Fiona, a.k.a The Millennial Money Woman is a financial ninja! She graduated college debt-free by working 50-plus hour weeks (on top of her regular class and study work) and earned a Master of Science degree in Personal Financial Planning. She’s also a CFP®, and now helps others take control of their financial lives and achieve financial freedom early in life! All
A news publication reached out to me recently asking for a quote on how to save money on heating costs this winter... So I responded with the first tip that came to my mind → “Grab your partner, take off all your clothes, get under the covers and press your naked bodies against each other. It’s the cheapest and fastest way to warm up!” They didn’t find it as funny as I did.
Summer is here! And we're all looking for ways to stay cool, save money on air conditioning, and have some fun while doing it! If your home has air conditioning, we’ve got a few tips to reduce your summertime energy costs and maybe even increase the life of your AC unit. For those of you with no air conditioning, don’t fear ... I’ve lived without AC for the last 8 years
Morning, fam! So we got this entry into our giveaway-palooza last week (winners listed here btw), and after reading it I couldn't help but pry a little and share her story ;) Here's her original note below, followed by my peppering of questions which led to a bunch of great tips and resources from Kylee. Hope this helps you along your own journey! J-MONAY! Good
Happy Memorial Day everyone!! While you're out reflecting and celebrating today, let me suggest another fun (and FREE) activity to include for your enjoyment: Filling out this Lifetime-Net Worth-Simulator! From a new blogger on the scene, Money Is a Solved Problem, who wants to help in his own way of giving you freedom :) And considering it's only his 2nd post on the
Saw some stats on how people are using them, and thought it would be interesting to compare with our own community here :) Here's what SmartAsset.com found when they polled 1,300+ people: More than half of adults – 52.09% – said they primarily plan to use their stimulus check on needs such as rent and food. Putting the money into savings was the next most popular category,
[Morning! My man 5 AM Joel stops by the blog again today to share his recent thoughts on budgeting through these wild times we're living in... Maybe it's a good time for you to touch base with your long lost budget too?!] ******* I’ll be the first to admit... I’ve been slacking off on my budgeting the past few years. J. Money would be very disappointed in me :( It started