This blog post was sponsored by Qmee. All opinions are my own.
If you ever searched online for side gigs and apps to earn extra money in your spare time, you might have come across Qmee. Qmee isn’t your regular survey app. This app also pays you for searching and … Read more
This is a guest post written by Alli Clark who is focused on raising financial awareness and confidence among young adults and recent college grads.
Life as a college student can be full of challenges— from pulling an all nighter to finish a paper, to doing laundry without parental supervision. … Read more
It was about 1 year ago that I originally found the Dosh smartphone app. I think I came across an ad for it on Facebook. At the time, the app was still fairly new and still working out the kinks. I remember I had trouble withdrawing the money from my … Read more
This is a guest post from David at the Tiny House Society, a blog and dedication to inform more people about the tiny living movement.
Thinking about living tiny? Over the last several years, the tiny house movement has gradually gained momentum and a big online presence. This social movement … Read more
After summer and the extra vacations, you may seem a little more broke than usual. Totally understandable. With the holidays around the corner you will need to save some extra cash for family gatherings, present exchanges, dinners and maybe even more trips. I came up with some great ways to … Read more
InboxDollars is a website and app that pays you for taking surveys, watching videos, playing games, installing other apps, and even pays you for signing up. Which prompted the thought of doing an InboxDollars review in the first place.
When I first heard of InboxDollars, I thought it was either … Read more
This is a guest post by Cassie and David from Living Low Key. A few years ago they decided to change their lives by creating a budget, paying off debt, and saving $140,000 and counting!
How many of us spend our whole lives worrying about money? I know I used … Read more
I know what you are thinking, ‘blogging for beginners… I have seen this before’. And yes, that’s true. There are lists and lists of posts that you will find on Google or Pinterest expressing to have all the answers for beginner bloggers. The truth is, no post will have all … Read more
As Halloween nears, so does the question of what to wear to celebrate this ghoulish holiday. However, I am not willing to fork over $150+ dollars at one of the local Halloween shops for a Khaleesi costume (Game of Thrones reference..). Call me cheap, but you probably aren’t willing to … Read more
This is a guest post by Christine Yaged, a co-founding partner and Chief Product Officer of FinanceBuzz. Christine launches and scales brands. She is passionate about technology, digital marketing, and people.
Imagine what you could do with an extra $10,000 per month.
Perhaps get that new car, or finally put … Read more
As I turn 29 this year on September 1st, I am feeling the need to reflect and give gratitude to everything that has gotten me this far. With that, I put together 29 life and money lessons learned in 29 years.
I honestly never thought I would get this far. … Read more
One of the first side hustles I had when I was younger was selling my paintings. I still paint to this day along with crafting various other decorative items. Recently I started a couple of DIY crafts to sell for extra money and thought I would help my readers do … Read more
Have you ever heard of a no spend challenge? If you read any finance blogs or apart of any finance groups, chances are you have. Having spend days or a no spend week challenge is a useful hack to saving more money.
According to CNBC, you can save more … Read more
People start a side hustle for a number of reasons. They might need to make more money to pay off debt or medical expenses, save for travel, save for an upcoming life event such as marriage or a baby, or they want to pursue their dreams with their side hustle.… Read more
Whether you need extra money to help pay off debt, take a dream trip or you need to build your emergency fund, you are going to need to find some way to hustle in that dough. Sure you can start cutting your budget more and aggressively saving to the same … Read more
If you are a first-time renter you may be looking at how to save money on your rent. There are a variety of ways you can do this, from the location you choose, to cutting monthly expenses, to lowering your utility bills. Once you have the know-how, you’ll be saving … Read more
Millions of people love using Expedia to book their travel plans and I don’t blame them. Expedia is one of the world’s largest and most easy to use online travel agencies. You not only can find discounted prices for airfare, hotels and cars on Expedia but you can also find … Read more
Do you feel like you are drowning in debt with no real solution? I ignored my student loan debt during the first couple of years which I regret. That doesn’t mean all hope is lost though. There are a couple of steps you can take to help you out of … Read more
One of the simplest ways to lower your household bills is by using green eco friendly products. Not only does going green help you lower your utilities costs but will lessen your carbon footprint as well. We all call the same planet home, so how about we treat it as … Read more
Our recent travel kick has got my wife and I looking at other areas to live in the Unites States. We fell in love with the Pacific Northwest and started looking at how much it might cost to live somewhere like Trinidad, CA. Our wishful thinking, fantasizing, and wanderlust had … Read more