Articles with the tag money

How to Have A Healthy Relationship With Money in 2017

In the modern world, money is an important part of everyone’s lives. If you try to think of the last day that you didn’t think about money at all, I bet you won’t be able to do it! Even if it’s as simple as making a purchase at a shop or paying your bus fare, […]

Simple – But Effective – Home Budgeting Tips

Just like charity begins at home, so does saving. If you want to save a handsome amount of money by the end of the day, week, month or year, you’ve got to start practicing frugal living habits which can take a start from managing your household budget. Trust me as you learn to live economically […]

10 Ways to Save Money Fast When Facing a Financial Crisis

No one likes facing money problems, but they’re part of life. They come and go as the seasons do, and the best way to deal with them is to prepare. Always have a rainy day fund. There are times, though, when the rainy day fund runs out; when there’s just no escaping the fact that […]

When Things Get Financially Rough, What Do You Do?

Are you going through a rough time financially? We all know it happens to everyone, although the degree and period vary. At the end of the day, however, those financially rough times will happen, and when they do, what do you do? How do you handle things when your debt piles up? You have two […]

Save Money by Being a Mindful Shopper

Shopping is the downfall of one person too many. In these times where commercialism is not exactly an unknown concept to most people, it is easy to fall into the trap of buying things left and right, without really paying attention to what you are spending on, much less how much you are spending. Usually, […]

5 Habits That Will Lead You to Bankruptcy

We work ourselves to the bone, and yet there is still the danger of going broke! Truth be told, no one is exempt from the danger of going bankrupt. Even the rich have to rely on their bankruptcy lawyer at the worst of times! How much more for the average worker who may have to […]

Reduce Stress by Actually Reducing Your Debt

Growing up, I saw how my parents and relatives dealt with money. Some were rather responsible, making sure they had savings and investments, the latter being the ones with more disposable income than others. Most, however, seemed to be living in debt. No matter how big or small, there always seemed to be debt of […]

Would You Give Them Money?

I haven’t had much time to write these last few days so I wanted to get you (the readers) to do some of the work. Today I have a hypothetical situation to puzzle you with. It is a question I have spent a great deal of time thinking about myself. Please read the question and […]