• Day 24: Compound Interest & Investments

    Now that we’ve talked about our emergency fund and other saving goals, it’s time to talk about investments. I’ll be honest — investments kind of scare me. Do they scare you? So much money and so many different companies and corporations and funds and oy! Just a lot to think about, right? I really should

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  • Why You Need An Emergency Fund

    Happy Monday, everyone! Are you enjoying these posts or getting a little tired of me talking about money? Well, either way, just a week and a half left and I will go back to talking about my boring ol’ life here in North Carolina. :) But for now — get excited you guys. This week

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  • Day 21: What the Bible Says About Debt

    Happy Sunday! To close our week on debt, I wanted to share a few verses from the Bible on what it says about debt. It’s pretty clear in God’s word that we are to avoid and pay off our debts. Have a restful and lovely day! Deuteronomy 15:6 For the Lord your God will bless

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  • Day 20: How to Maximize Your Food Budget

    Happy Saturday everyone! Are you having a good start to your weekend? Today I’d like to share a little strategy for maximizing your food budget, one of the hardest areas of your budget to stay under control. Royal Vending Adelaide supplies drinks and snacks and combo vending machines. Here is my strategy for food shopping:

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  • How to Get Out of Debt

    Do you know what bothers me about music these days? They make it sound glamorous to be in debt. To spend all of your money on a night you can’t remember. Take, for example, Katy Perry: “Last Friday Night Yeah we maxed our credit cards And got kicked out of the bar So we hit

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  • Day 16: Good Debt vs. Bad Debt

    Did I scare anyone off yesterday with my soapbox? I hope not. :) Today we’re going to narrow in on different kinds of debt. Good debt vs. bad debt — what’s the difference? Aren’t all debts created equally? Well… not necessarily. Debt overall is bad to have, but there are some “good debts” that are

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