It’s about time I did an actual no-spend challenge. After all, a fast isn’t truly a fast if I’m not abstaining.
For one whole week, both Ian and I attempted to not spend a single dollar. After a visit from his parents left us with a full fridge, we decided that it was the perfect time to start a no spend challenge. Continue reading “Cash Fasting Round 4: A No-Spend Challenge”
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Last month, I did a guest post for Millennial Money Guide. The original post saw some traction on Reddit’s r/Minimalism subreddit (to my pleasant surprise), so I wanted to let you all know that it exists! Head over to MMG to check it out here. I’ve included an excerpt of the original post below. Continue reading “Why Minimalism is good for your wallet – Guest Post on MillennialMoneyGuide.com”
Hey, all! Today’s post comes from Brian, who is the owner of Grind Fit Gear and founder of Millennial Money Guide. He launched Millennial Money Guide in order to share his experience and knowledge in finance and entrepreneurship. He teaches others how to balance finances with living a great life now and preparing for the future through entrepreneurial ventures and fiscally smart decision making. Hope you enjoy his post! Continue reading “How To Save Money: 5 Easy Tips To Get You Started”
So you’ve got a full-time job and can manage to save some money every month. You want to take those savings and invest them somewhere where they’ll get a high return – but wait, there’s this thing called debt that’s hanging onto you. Even if you’re comfortable with investing and are confident that any gains you receive from investing will outweigh the costs of keeping that debt, there’s still a lot to be said for getting rid of that debt once and for all. Continue reading “Why it makes sense to pay off your debt first”
Welcome back to Two Cents, a Q&A series that reveals how individuals of different ages, cities, and professions feel about their current financial situation.
Stuart is the blogger behind EpicQuiver, a personal finance blog focused on building wealth, through Stuart’s own experiences. I’m so excited to share his story with you all today! Continue reading “Two Cents: Q&A with Stuart”
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Hey everyone, Ian here. My team and I have been in an ongoing discussion at work. No joke, we’ve got a running debate on the best kitchen gizmo to save money. You’re about to read a summary of the differing stances held on some of the tools not of our trade, but our taste for saving cents.
[Tell me that’s not catchy. 🌝] Continue reading “Foodhacks: Making Meals Last Longer”
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When I first sat down to write this post, I wanted to focus on the importance of minimalism and explain a bit about why I think it’s a great lifestyle to adopt. After all, it’s good for you wallet, great for the environment, and fantastic for your peace of mind. However, there are so many other resources out there now that discuss these factors in great detail. So instead, let’s get personal. Continue reading “An exercise in Minimalism; decluttering my bedroom”