It’s no secret that I love sinking funds! Life is so much easier when money is set aside for certain expenses. Today’s post is about five useful sinking funds I advise you to take into consideration in your budget today!
Today’s post is a guest post! I am so excited to share these tips on how to save money as a student with you! Em is a UK blogger focusing on blogging, business & sustainability on her blog “Love, Em.” With 4 years of experience in the blogging world, she is keen to share her knowledge. Without further adieu, here are Em’s tips!
It’s hard to believe that September is almost here! Here’s your friendly reminder to get your September budget ready pronto – and don’t forget to include these potential expenses in your September budget!
Previously a Life on a Dime rated the Five Best Free Budget Tools. The Goodbudget app came in at number two for its ease of use and the ability to upload bank transactions free via a .CSV file. As promised, here is my honest review of the Goodbudget app free version after almost a month of use.
There are a lot of kids going back to school or virtual school this year and with the 2020-2021 school year come some new expenses to consider. Here are just a few you might need to include in your August budget.
Ever wonder if you need a budget coach? Or just curious about what one is and how they can help? In this post, I’m sharing three signs you may need a Budget Coach. I’ll also explain how I can help you achieve budgeting success!
As outlined in the original post, we had only spent $886 of our stimulus money. This post will outline how we used the rest. And yes, I still consider this to be a stimulus well spent!
There are several ways to budget. In this post, we’re outlining three of the most popular budget methods and explain them in a nutshell.
How We Budget for Two Birthdays in One Month detailed our budget plans for gifts and parties. How did that work out? Here is the budget recap for their birthdays this year.
So how do you know which budget tool is the best one, and which app is really “free” to use? I’ve done some research and am here to tell you about what I believe to be the five best free budget tools out there!