Skippy, Kraft, Wonder, and more. These are recognizable brands and we enjoy them in daily life, but how much is our devotion costing us? This and more in today’s episode of Savvy Saturdays.
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I want to talk to you today about the pros and cons of both renting and buying. For more information watch the video above and read the blog post below!
I want to tell you today how you can save big on your eye glasses purchases! For more information watch the video above and read the blog post below!
One of the most common responses I get to the question “So why do you need to build a credit score?” is “So I can later buy a house.” What if I told you there was a better way to buy a house that didn’t require you to live under the shadow of your credit […]
It’s that time of year again. The time when everyone says to themselves “I’m going to do better this year!” and then by February 15th they’ve usually already given up. The gyms are empty and resolutions have been lost in the mix of the busyness of life. I’m here to tell you a secret… It […]
Does your day look like the image above? Not so productive, huh? As an entrepreneur, I can identify with this struggle. Whether you work for yourself or someone else the old adage “time is money” is extremely true. Sometimes devastatingly so. Today I’m going to focus on 5 app tools I use to keep myself […]
They say the only constant is change. The only constant change may very well be gas prices. It’s a necessary evil we all deal with and we all complain about. A client of mine turned me on to a unique method for saving crazy amounts of cash on gas that can help everyone but especially […]
As I mention on my About page, I am part of two nationwide groups. One of these is Coach Connections and periodically I am a guest on their podcast. Today, I wanted to share with you the most recent podcast where Coach Steve and I discuss renting vs buying but also the unique aspects of renting […]
This Black Friday wake up and realize that the deals really aren’t that good anyway and certainly not worth going through the madness that is Black Friday for. This year instead of engaging the chaos why not instead sit back and take 5 to 15 minutes to work ON your finances instead of just IN […]
I know they look awkward, but your teen is capable of so much more than you are probably giving them credit for. They need to learn how to be fiscally responsible, and if you don’t teach them the banks and credit card companies will. They’re going to learn it on the streets anyway… so shouldn’t you […]