Ideas for the high school grad, college grad, and even professional school grad, all within a reasonable budget.
I recently did a four-day trip to Miami and I wasn’t afraid to spend money.
Wedding season starts a few years after graduation, and seems to go on until people start having kids. How do you budget for something that stretches across multiple years?
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…… Continue reading How To Save Money: 5 Easy Tips To Get You Started
Earlier today, I was reading this fascinating thread on Reddit about living in NYC on 35K (or less) a year. Some Redditors explained how they could live on this amount and still save a significant amount of money. While I do have the luxury of a job that pays me much more than that, my aggressive…… Continue reading Living on less: You don’t need as much as you think
Welcome to 2017! It’s a new year, which means that it’s time to get some of my financial goals moving. Assuming everything goes well, I’ll be putting away close to 60% of my income this year towards savings and investments. My 401k contribution is now set to its maximum percentage that will give me an additional…… Continue reading My 2017 Savings Gameplan
This post contains affiliate links. You can read my full affiliate disclaimer here. This past month, I attempted a cash fast on my food spending, limiting my budget to $400 for the month. While this was definitely a cutback for me, I recognize that my budget can easily feed me comfortably, depending on the regularity of…… Continue reading Cooking Healthy on a Budget in NYC