Budgeting Advice Every Millennial Needs To Hear

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One of my favorite parts about blogging is getting to interact with really smart people. I’ve learned so much [more] about personal finance and budgeting during my 4 months of blogging. My recent post about adulting advice that bloggers wished they had received in their twenties was so well-received that I thought it would be […]

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How We Maintain A $280 Monthly Grocery Budget For 2 People In Boston

Food is one of the biggest expenses for most people. Today, I'm sharing how we maintain a $280 monthly grocery budget for 2 people in one of the most expensive cities in America. 

One of the biggest expenses for most people is food. It’s admittedly too easy to spend a ton of money on food because you literally eat the evidence. We’ve all been there- there seems to never be anything “good to eat” at home and then at the end of the month, you look at your […]

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How To Write A Check In Six Easy Steps-Includes Cheatsheet

Learn how to write a check in six easy steps. Includes a visual cheatsheet for reference.

Today, we are going to start with one of the basics of being an adult: how to write a check. In today’s electronic age, you seem to be able to do everything with the swipe of a credit card. However, if you rent an apartment like I do, there is a good chance you will have to […]

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