For a couple of years now, I've been doing my online clothes shopping with thredUP. As an online thrift shop, it has so many benefits over shopping at retail stores or even brick and mortar thrift shops. thredUP is the world's biggest online thrift shop, which means the options are nearly endless, and prices are up to … Continue reading Tips for Thrifting on ThredUP
Since graduating college, saving money has been one of my main goals. Sure I have a LOT of debt, but I'm not trying to work in an office until I'm 70 and have nothing in savings. Although I go hard on saving money, I also don't want to be a hermit who never goes out … Continue reading Get Out: Save Money and Avoid the Sunken Place
Are you interested in increasing your savings? Here are 13 habits you can start today that will help you reach your savings goals. 1. Plan a Budget and Stick to It At the beginning of the year, I planned out my bi-weekly budgets for the whole year. Why? Because budgeting is fun. Seriously, I write … Continue reading 13 Habits to Adopt to Build Up Your Savings
As an inexperienced millennial with an entry level job and $200,000 in student loan debt, I'm always looking for ways to save money. Now, I could go on a 'Ramen Noodles every night' diet, but I care about my health too much to do that. Therefore, I use these tips and tricks to save money on groceries. Know … Continue reading 5 Ways to Save Money on Groceries
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