How to Slash Your Grocery Bill

How much does your family spend on food? If you’re like most, food is one of your top three expenses (the other two being housing and transportation). While it’s an…

How to Save on Your Next TV Purchase

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What is a Stipend: Everything You Need to Know

Has an organization or university offered you an opportunity with a stipend? Whether it’s an internship or apprenticeship, a stipend is a set amount of money that helps offset living…

How To Watch Football Without Cable

Cutting the cord is easier than ever – unless you’re a sports fan. Even as the major sports organizations reluctantly shift away from an outdated broadcasting model, it’s still hard…

How to Practice Self-Care on a Budget + Printables

Over the last few years, we’ve heard more and more about the practice and importance of self-care. Psychologists, motivational speakers, and employers all have encouraged people to step away from…

Budgeting 101: How to Create a Budget

Keeping a budget can seem daunting or restrictive at first, especially if you’ve never had one before. But a budget can offer you peace of mind and give you more…

How To Save Money On College Textbooks

It’s a common trope: going to college is expensive. There’s tuition, the overpriced cafeteria plan, and the cramped dorm room that costs more than your parent’s mortgage. College costs have…

Student Loans Explained: WTFinance

Truth is, there is a lot to be excited about when it comes to college: new friends, a new routine, (college parties!), and more independence. But along with all these…

6 Credit Cards for People With No Credit

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Back-to-School on a Budget + Printables

The long summer days are coming to an end soon, which means that back-to-school season is almost upon us. While back-to-school shopping might be a source of excitement for the…

How to Prepare for Unpaid Parental Leave

It’s no secret that parental leave in the United States leaves a lot to be desired. In fact, it’s the only developed nation that doesn’t require paid leave of some…

How to Create a Budget for Back-to-School

When I was growing up, back-to-school shopping equated to a few pairs of clothes, a handful of college-ruled notebooks, and a new backpack. (Note: These was during the age of…

How To Go Back To School As An Adult

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