5 Ways To Stop Impulse Spending Today

Impulse spending is an infamous contributor to personal debt. Many tearjerker debt stories start with “those shoes” or “that video game console I really thought I could afford.” Everyone struggles with ways to stop impulse spending at some point in their life. Myself included. I also know firsthand how hard it is to control bad […]

4 Easy Ways to Save Money on Everyday Purchases

I’m always looking for a way to save money. We live in a world where the internet rules everything and that means turning to the internet to help you save money. I like to use it as my first stop when I’m considering buying something, especially with the holidays right around the corner and all […]

4 Reasons to Avoid Garage Sale Shopping

Yesterday a fellow personal finance blogger, Holly at Club Thrifty, posted about 5 reasons why she loves shopping at garage sales. I’d venture to guess that a lot of personal finance bloggers and readers do like to shop at garage sales as they can be a great way to save some money on your purchases. Well, no offense to […]

Get Your Valentine a Gift for Less

This post was created in partnership with Groupon Coupons. While some people may consider couponing dangerous for your wallet, as long as you don’t get carried away with it, coupons can be an incredible resource. If you’re equipped with enough self-control to coupon on a regular basis, you should check out Groupon Coupons! Groupon Coupons […]

Ways I Save on Fashion and Shoes

You all know that I like to have a wardrobe full of the latest fashions and trends. But I am on a limited budget these days, so I’m not able to always buy a ton of items for each new season. Now I have to be much more selective about the pieces I choose to […]

Last Minute Christmas Shopping Anyone?

You all know that the end of the year gets crazy busy right?! I mean, it’s the busiest time of the year at my full-time job, plus it’s my first holiday season as a freelancer too so I just wasn’t sure what to expect this year. I have planned ahead for what I want to […]

Minimalism: Getting on Board

Minimalism has become a huge movement, both in and out of the PF blogosphere. Luckily for us PF bloggers, minimalism and frugality go hand in hand (for the most part). But unluckily for me, I’m not a very frugal or minimalistic person by nature. No, instead I’m a shopaholic working hard to change my ways. Yes, […]

Only Get What You Need

Have you ever found yourself at the grocery store when they are running the 10/$10 sale, throwing things in the cart without rhyme or reason? Or at a clothing store that is running a buy one get one 50% off promotion, looking around to find something worth getting for 50% off though you only came […]

Don’t Give Up on Becoming Debt Free

Today we are excited to have our first guest post from the amazing Kassandra from More Than Just Money. Take it away Kassandra! Are you fed up with being in debt? I know how that feels, but it took me a long time to do something about it. I spent most of my twenties and early […]

Niagara Falls/Toronto Trip Recap & Spending

Greetings from Colorado! It’s been a million years since you’ve heard from me (on this blog anyways). I’m assuming you’ve missed me terribly. I’ve missed you too! It’s amazing how quickly my days have been flying these past couple weeks. I need a vacation from this vacation, stat. (Just kidding, I’m really not that ungrateful! […]