6 Unexpected Travel Expenses To Consider

You booked your next international trip! Exciting!

But no matter how experienced a traveler you may be, there are a few unexpected costs of traveling abroad that you will want to consider when planning your next trip. These unexpected expenses add up quickly and can sabotage your travel budget if you’re not prepared.Read More

5 Stores That Price Match and Help You Save Money

A fantastic benefit of budgeting and managing your personal finances is that you have a clear idea of how much you can afford on things like clothes, make up, and other personal care items. However, even with the best intentions of saving money, life gets hectic and these things can quickly add up. With that in mind, I’ve had to find different ways to save money without clipping coupons or hopping from store to store. One of the ways I’ve found to be a great (and quick) way to save money is price matching.Read More

4 Ways to Negotiate Lower Medical Bills

This post is sponsored by DisputeBills.com

Whether we want them or not, visits to the hospital or doctor’s are almost inevitable. Be it a broken bone, surgery, or a simple checkup; one time or another in your life, you will have to seek health care.

But what happens when you get that unexpectedly large bill in the mail months later? When faced with a bill that you won’t or can’t pay, the easiest thing to do is ignore it; however, doing that can lead to long lasting consequences.Read More

3 Reasons to Meal Prep + A Free Meal Plan

Meal prep is one of the easiest and healthiest ways to achieve your financial and health goals. If you’re like most people, you’re super busy and it seems as if there is never enough time in the day to accomplish everything on your to-do list. Amidst all of the responsibility, striving to live a healthier lifestyle becomes somewhat of a distant memory.

However, by proper planning and preparing, you’ll be more successful at achieving your health (and financial) goals.Read More

6 Financial Mistakes You Might Be Making

When beginning your journey to financial freedom, you want to make sure you’re doing everything right. You access your credit report, review your debts, establish a budget and get to work. You ensure that you don’t make the common financial mistakes like spending frivolously or inadequately saving. Yet despite organized efforts, you begin to feel as if things are more challenging than you anticipated. Read More

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