Saving Money

7 Ways to Spruce Up Your Home For the Fall Season

7 Ways to Spruce Up Your Home For the Fall Season

Spring cleaning is a chore that few people look forward to. From moving furniture and finally cleaning under these pieces to dusting the shelves and organizing the top of the fridge, these aren’t fun tasks to check off. However, for many of us, the opposite […]

4 Tips to Keep a House Clean and Tidy

4 Tips to Keep a House Clean and Tidy

Maintaining a clean and organized household is all about the ongoing work you put into addressing clutter before it gets out of control. You may not realize it, but every time you neglect to put one or two things away, eventually, the items left unaddressed […]

How to Protect Yourself From Reverse Mortgage Scammers

How to Protect Yourself From Reverse Mortgage Scammers

Scammers who are on the prowl for seniors’ hard-earned wealth, could be behind reverse mortgage transactions. It’s a bad idea to use a loan from a reverse mortgage to buy another financial Instrument. Be wary of anyone who wants you to take out such a […]

5 Home Pieces That Are Worth the Investment

5 Home Pieces That Are Worth the Investment

Decorating your home is an exciting experience. You get the opportunity to design your space exactly how you want to—from choosing which furniture to buy to deciding where it will go, and how to decorate the spaces in between. However, decorating your home can also […]

Condo Association Insurance: 7 Key Things to Remember

Condo Association Insurance: 7 Key Things to Remember

It can be very confusing to navigate condo association insurance policies if you don’t know much about it. However, it’s a crucial part of living in a condo, particularly with other owners. It’s essential to have insurance coverage in case of unforeseen circumstances, which always […]

10 Tips on How to Save Money on International Travel

10 Tips on How to Save Money on International Travel

Mr. FAF and I are planning a 4-5 week trip to Vietnam to visit my family after the Covid situation calms down and after we get vaccinated. And we plan to stay there for the Lunar New Year in late January. I am beyond excited […]

6 Advantages of Having A Good Financial Plan?

6 Advantages of Having A Good Financial Plan?

Financial planning is a gradual way to work towards attaining one’s life goals. A financial plan serves as a guide for one to scale through life successfully. It helps people manage their income, expenses, and investments properly so that they get to finally hit their […]

Tax Season 2021: 3 Things You Should Know

Tax Season 2021: 3 Things You Should Know

Tax season is just around the corner, so it’s time to get a start on the best practices for paying your taxes. But thanks to the unique year that was 2020, there are some things you should know. We may want to leave all of […]

How To Achieve The TESLA Dream

How To Achieve The TESLA Dream

Recently, I’ve heard a lot of hype about Tesla. Tesla stock prices are going through the roof from $100/share to almost $500 share this year. Personal finance bloggers like Mr. 1500 bought Tesla stocks. Tesla as a car model is becoming increasingly popular among personal […]

What to Consider When Buying Curtain Fabrics in the UK

What to Consider When Buying Curtain Fabrics in the UK

Everyone’s now thinking of upgrading their home’s ambience. Since we’re now locked down in our house most of the time, we want to make our place a more comfortable space for leisure and now even for work. Our homes have now been a place to […]

An Excellent Alternative To The Cash Envelope System – Qube Money Review

An Excellent Alternative To The Cash Envelope System – Qube Money Review

Have you ever wanted to use the cash envelope system to better keep track of your spending but gotten discouraged by the hassle of using envelopes and carrying cash everywhere? I have. Dave Ramsey is a strong proponent of the cash envelope system – “a […]

How To Not Spend Money & Be Happy

How To Not Spend Money & Be Happy

No one wants to be struggling financially and not be able to make ends meet. Not having enough necessities and not being able to buy what you need is not desirable. I grew up poor, so I know what it’s like to have little to […]