14 Tips To Make Adulting Easy

Today, I’m SUPER excited to introduce a guest post from Michael @ Super Millennial! Since graduating college dead broke, he has become a homeowner, published author, and quit his six figure job to be an online entrepreneur by 29. Check out Super Millennial to learn how to live life on your terms! Why is adulting so […]

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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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Save Or Splurge: 5 Everyday Items That Are Worth The Extra Money

Everyday Items That Are Worth The Extra Money

One of the reasons why I started this blog is so people could hopefully learn from my [many] mistakes. Today, we’re going to talk about everyday items that are worth the extra money. We all know that I’m a huge advocate for saving, and I’ve shared money saving tips with you before. However, I have […]

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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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