2021 was a weird year. I didn’t hit all of my goals, but all-in-all, there were some exciting moments. Here’s how it all broke down.
Alright, here it is! Our slightly late – but still here – update on our food spending for November.
When I started budgeting, I also started learning a new way to think about time management. Here are three lessons I learned.
By the end of September, we had already spent $1,400 more on groceries in 2021 than we had in the whole of 2019…and we still have 3 months to go in the year.
Cash dividends are the most common type of dividends. Here’s how often you’ll get them, which companies send them, and everything else you need to know.
If we couldn’t take anything off our plate anytime soon, we needed to change the way we were approaching the plate so that we could tackle it more as a team.
Switching to biweekly mortgage payments can help you avoid thousands of dollars in interest and pay off your mortgage years early.
With 2020 being such a strange year it was interesting to see how this year’s budget didn’t just reflect me and my year personally, but also the collective experience that was 2020.
One of the reasons I’ve been able to build a positive net worth quickly is because I graduated without student loans. Here’s how I did it.
This isn’t a get-rich-quick scheme. It just comes down to math and figuring out what we really want.