Today’s post is a guest feature from Hannah Harvey! Please enjoy! Still relying on the bank of mom and dad to get you by each month? Many young people are, but we encourage you to cut the reigns and be financially independent before you hit the big 3-0. Relying on parents for money has … More Guide to Being Financially Happy When You Reach Age 30!
Today’s post is a guest feature by Michael from SuperMillennial.com! Enjoy! We’ve all seen the shirts, memes, or images of “couples that run together stay together.” Or “couples that laugh together stay together.” Or my favorite “couples that train together stay together.” Well the new one should be “Couples that talk about money together stay … More How To Talk About Money With Your Significant Other
Well, it’s been way overdue, but I’ve finally decided to redo my budget. The PearBudget spreadsheet that I have been using was no longer serving my budgeting needs. Since I quit my job a little ways back, it’s time to make a new one to reflect what I’m making now. There’s a million reasons to … More A Budget Update!
Hello People! It’s been a journey here in the Broke Twenty-Something land this month! I’m thankful to have been busy with some things, but I’m ready to catch back up with you all! The month of July (and now into August) has been made possible by giant vats of coffee. I may need an intervention. … More Coffee & Chit-Chat!
Welcome to Financially Savvy Saturdays, the savviest personal finance blog hop on the planet, created specifically for personal finance writers! We welcome all things money here. Whether you’ve written anything from how to tell if your finances are in order through to the details of your favorite money podcasts, you’re invited to link-up. Vote for … More Financially Savvy Saturdays #151
Here in my neck of the Midwest, it’s super common for recent college graduates to buy homes. Almost immediately upon taking a full-time job, I’ve seen numerous of my friends, colleagues and Facebook acquaintances buying homes around my city. Single people or couples, it doesn’t seem to stop anyone from buying around here. However, in … More My Ten Reasons to Rent Instead of Buy
Not that I recommend this, but sometimes it happens. Such is my life at this moment. Summer always feels like a season for new or majorly changing things in my life. School ends for the summer, moving home or to some new place, and reconnecting with old friends all seem to be some of my … More On Quitting a Job Without a Backup Plan!
To this “Broke Twenty-Something,” financial health means flexibility. For me, this June has been an absolute epic month. I’ve been bouncing a few freelance projects, directing a kids show, and LEAVING MY FULL-TIME JOB. Feel free to gasp. I’ve gasped and cried many times about it all. I made the choice at the beginning of the … More #FinHealthMatters – What Financial Health Means to Me…
Ugh. Growing up. Something we all have to do and it’s something we don’t always want to do. As I reach the end of my 20s, I really do think that age is just a number, but nonetheless, your 20s are such a defining decade in your life. Think about it: you finish school, you … More My Quarter-Life Mini Guide to Adulting!
CSA season is seriously one of my favorite times of the year! Seriously, cue the music: “It’s the most wonderful time….” My love of CSA season is real. For me, CSA season runs from May to mid-November and I love it! The simple definition of CSA is Community Supported Agriculture. LocalHarvest defines the process like … More It’s CSA Time!