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In my day job at a major technology company, I mentor a lot of young adults. Most of them are college-aged interns and recent graduates. You’ll be shocked—shocked!—to learn that my mentoring sessions are popular because of their “no bullshit” vibe. If we’re getting coffee for thirty minutes, we’ll spend two of them introducing ourselves and making pleasant chit-chat about the weather. That leaves twenty-eight minutes for me to break the speed of sound delivering […]

Just a quick update. I can’t claim any credit for organising this (thanks, Cath!) but the next Manchester Meet  Up has been sorted. It’s at the Rain Bar, 80 Great Bridgewater Street, M1 5JG Friday, 27th Sept 2019, 6pm – … Continue reading → The post Manchester FIRE Meet Up in Sept appeared first on Quietly Saving.

Virginia Elder from Happy Healthy Abundant shares her journey on how she got into a massive debt of $ 80,000 and how she fought her way out of it. … More How Virginia crushed an 80K debt The post How Virginia crushed an 80K debt appeared first on Joney Talks!.

Wanna watch free NFL streams you can watch online on your desktop, laptop, phone or other connected devices? Many of us want to watch football games, but don’t want to have to pay a ton of cash to get them through DIRECTV. So what are our options? And do we have any at all besides… Continue… The post Free & Cheap NFL Streams: 9 Ways to Watch Any Game Online (Reddit NFL Streams Warning!) appeared […]

When it comes to personal finance, you may have heard about the importance of having an emergency fund. But have you ever heard of a sinking fund? Having an emergency fund in place will help cover unexpected costs. For example, maybe you’ll  lose your job, need a car repair or face a significant medical bill. That’s […] The post What is a Sinking Fund and Why Do You Need One? appeared first on Well Kept Wallet.

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Sometime not too long ago, Rockstar Finance, one of my favorite personal finance websites, went dormant. This was a pretty big bummer because of how important the site was not only to myself but to the entire personal finance community as well. The premise behind Rockstar Finance was pretty simple. Each day, they featured three new blog posts written by different personal finance bloggers. For a long time, Rockstar Finance served as a really good […]

Need to know when the Argos ‘3 for 2’ on Toys is going to be live? We have all the information right here, including some top money saving tips to make the most of this yearly Christmas shopping event. The 3 for 2 offer has been currently running three times a year usually in August, September and November. Judging from previous year’s and feedback from our source, we think the next one will be around […]

Human beings have an amazing ability to become accustomed to the great, the tragic and the weird. Let’s look at three examples, two from every day life and one from financial markets. The great We are told that everyone but the 1% is “doing it tough”. In reality the average person in all developed nations is living an incredibly comfortable life relative to recent historic standards, and current situation in developing nations. But it doesn’t […]

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.

This past week marked four months since I walked out of the office for the last time.   Since that day, we’ve accomplished a celebratory trip, picked our first destination to live in early retirement, sold a house, moved, and are settling into a new routine without work.  This has given me time to enjoy a […] The post Reflections Four Months Into Early Retirement appeared first on Stop Ironing Shirts.

Considering a side hustle as an Instacart shopper? With Instacart, you can make money shopping for — and delivering — other people’s groceries. If you have a car and extra time during the week, why not put both to work? That’s the pitch, anyway. Let’s take a closer look at how their grocery shopping program works, and how much money you can expect to make. (With insights from a side hustling Instacart Shopper earning $480 […]

Photo by Becca Tapert on Unsplash Have you ever taken off a heavy backpack or painful shoes after a long day, and realized – woah! My body’s been hurting this whole time? That’s a feeling I’ve been getting a lot lately. I mentioned before that I’ve fallen in love, and it’s been amazing! I’ve been in relationships before. I’ve been happy before. But never in my life have things felt so natural, fulfilling, and warm. With past partners, […]

This is a re-run from last year, but the extremely rare deal for a $100 Fire HD 10 is available once again (for Prime members). I love it even more than when I wrote this original review that I bought two more. Readers may (and should) be skeptical about my view in this article. Amazon has a commission program and content producers (i.e. me) make some extra cash by reviewing their products if people decide […]