Advent calendars are all about getting little prizes over the course of a few days or weeks with the end goal of celebrating a larger event on the last day. Your financial health should feel exactly like that. Taking small, intentional steps toward your larger goals will help you achieve them faster and feel good along the way.
There is something about the dawn of a new year that brings out our willingness to kick old habits to the curb and start fresh. If you are ready to create impactful and effective financial resolutions that best serve you and your goals, it’s time to lean in. 2023 can be the year you begin to make your money goals come to life. We’re here to help you launch a successful plan by going through the vital first steps of achieving your financial resolutions.
In order to be with family and friends during the holidays, millions of Americans travel across the country and around the world every year. While most people are aware that traveling takes time, most people do not always include travel expenses in their holiday budgets, and that could be a big mistake. To help you out, we've put together some time-saving and money-saving travel tips for the holidays.
The holiday season is almost here, and now is the perfect time to get started. Before you head out with your credit card in hand, it is essential to set a plan and create a realistic budget. It is easy to overspend with all of the excitement, but spending too much now could mean months of bills and high credit card charges in the new year. Most people want to control their holiday spending but get wrapped up in the festivities, and their good intentions get lost.
The holiday shopping season is in full swing, and that means Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals are just around the corner. But with so many offers available, it can be easy to make a mistake and overspend on gifts. Here are some tips to help you avoid common Black Friday and Cyber Monday mistakes.
Thanksgiving is a time for family, friends, and plenty of food. If you're still scrambling to create a plan for your Thanksgiving feast, don't worry - we've got you covered. From recipes to last-minute tips, we've got everything you need to make your Thanksgiving unforgettable.
It's October and you know what that means... you've been waiting all year for this! The time has finally arrived: Halloween is just around the corner. If you're like me, then your mind is racing with ideas on how to spend as little money as possible and still have a great night of tricks or treats (or maybe both!)
With the leaves changing colors and pumpkin spice everything in stores, it is only a matter of time before the fall holidays arrive! It's a favorite time of year for many of us. With Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Eve, there are so many opportunities to celebrate with family and friends. The celebrations can, however, add up quickly and leave you feeling financially stressed. We've got you covered if you're on a budget!
It's that time of year again: time to make resolutions for the new year. If you're like most people, your list probably includes some common resolutions like losing weight, getting fit, or eating healthier. But have you ever thought about including financial resolutions on your list? Here are 10 financial New Year's resolutions to consider.
Every year people make resolutions to change their lives for the better. But far too often these resolutions are broken within weeks of making them. The truth is, it’s hard to stick with anything in life if you haven’t properly prepared for it, and that goes double when you haven’t done your research on how best to accomplish what you want. That's why we've compiled 25 things you can do this year before January 1st comes around so that the New Year will be full of promise instead of disappointment.
Many people find themselves in the difficult position of having a limited budget for gifts during the holiday season. The good news is that there are many ways that you can save money while still giving high-quality gifts to your loved ones! The holiday season is a joyous time of year, and we want to make sure you can enjoy it without worrying about money.
It's that time of year again where we gather with family and friends to celebrate the holiday season. It's also a time for us to take stock of all we have, be grateful, and give thanks. But there is one thing I've noticed about Thanksgiving: it can get expensive! Fortunately, you don't need to break the bank in order to host a fabulous Thanksgiving dinner this year. Here are 5 ways you can save money when hosting your own special celebration on Thanksgiving!
Even though it’s July, it’s never too early to start budgeting for the holidays. And that’s exactly what we are talking about for this month’s financial fitness challenge. In this article, we look at how to make a holiday budget and how to painlessly put money towards it.
Ready to get in the holiday spirit? Oregon is full of fun holiday events and activities to get you in the mood for hot chocolate, candy canes, and Santa Clause. Kick the season off with a variety of family friendly events for you and your loved ones to enjoy.
The holiday season is upon us. That can mean some out-of-the-ordinary expenses. Instead of spending more than you planned, put these six holiday spending tips to use, whether you’re shopping for groceries, holiday gifts, or traveling to visit family and friends.