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Even though the holiday season is still several months away, time will fly by before you know it! The holidays can be stressful with all the family gatherings and commitments, but it doesn’t have to be. We can avoid some of the financial stress of the season by starting to plan earlier and budget better […] The post 10 Ways to Save and Budget for the Holiday Season appeared first on Savvy New Canadians.

Today, students are more reliant on laptops than ever before. Even if they don’t use them to take notes, having a portable work station for all those assignments and essays is almost a necessity for modern-day schooling. If you’ve been in a classroom lately, or even just a cafe or library near a school, you’ll see this fact displayed in front of virtually every student there. Source

My wife and I have had some incredible financial wins during our marriage. We eliminated $48,032 of debt, paid off our $195,000 mortgage and increased our net worth by $800,000 all in the last 9 years. And the one tradition that has been constant throughout the entire process has been our Budget Party. The Budget Party is a monthly get-together meant to set aside time for me and my wife to have important conversations about […]

  My name is Suzanna and I am a teacher, wife and new mom who runs @thethriftyteacherlady on Instagram. I am a millennial saddled with student loan debt and dreaming of debt freedom. Unfortunately though, I’m far from it.  At 27, I knew I didn’t want to wait to be debt-free before starting a family. Even though I am still paying off my debt, it was important to me that we had our “ducks in […]

This post was written in collaboration with Cosmetify Keeping your skin clean, clear and healthy doesn’t have to mean breaking the bank! As you may know, we love all things budget at Bee Money Savvy, but you probably don’t know that we have a secret obsession with skincare so we jumped at the opportunity to collaborate with Cosmetify! Cosmetify find the best prices online for your favourite beauty brands, saving beauty lovers an average of […]

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Budgeting is important with every aspect of your life, but it is arguably most important when it comes to wedding planning. I often say the best places to look to save money on reoccurring expenses are housing, transportation, and food. That’s because they are usually where you spend the most money, so you have the most room to make meaningful savings. When it comes to one-time expenses, weddings make the top of the list. The […]

Tales from the not-so frugal trenches. Our Vacation on a Budget This post contains affiliate links We still have a few more weeks until school starts after Labor Day, so it’s time to plan our vacation.I say this as if this is a yearly occurrence which it is most definitely not. This is actually the first time since my oldest was born that we are in the financial position to actually GO SOMEWHERE on vacation. […]

Money Stir Tools is about helping you plan your personal budget and seeing how the numbers play out in the future. Deep insights into your budget. The post Helping you Forecast your Financial Future with Deep Insights into your Budget appeared first on Money Stir.

A realistic view into my $400 per month meal plan! Get every recipe that I used in my July meal plan, my grocery lists, costs, and so much more! Author information Kumiko Ehrmantraut Some links below are from our sponsors. Here’s how we make money. | Facebook | Pinterest | The post July 2019 Budget Monthly Meal Plan appeared first on The Budget Mom.

What would your life be like without the crushing weight of the debt that you currently carry on your shoulders? What could you do with the hundreds of dollars you spend every month on monthly payments (much of it in useless interest that only enriches the banks rather than paying down your debt)? For most people, the idea of living free from debt sounds like a fantasy — but that isn’t how it has to […]

We ended up attending three birthday parties last weekend: two on Saturday and one on Sunday. The second one on Saturday was for one of our neighbors, so it just meant that we wandered down the street and hung out at their house like we usually do, just with a bunch more people. The kiddo got stung for the very first time at the party on Sunday, which was a very unfun experience. He cried […]

Are you in debt and are struggling to save for your dream vacation? These are signs that you are living beyond your means. But don’t worry; you’re not alone. Many people are dealing with debt and barely have any money in their bank accounts. It’s no surprise that frugal living blogs are very popular these […] The post 15 Best Frugal Living Tips (To Save Serious Money) appeared first on Finsavvy Panda.

This post may contain affiliate links to products or services I recommend to help support the blog. Please see the disclosure statement here. After I told you how I complete my monthly Financial Checkup, I received a question about how I complete my budget on a monthly basis, so I thought it would be a great topic to bring here.  My process may seem like it takes a while, and it did when I first […]