Checking out at the grocery store and left your wallet at home? Relax…you can still pay your way with the SeaComm Pay app. Continue reading to find out what all the hype is about with this convenient feature!
Going out to eat is so much easier than cooking at home, even if you have to fork over more cash to do so. But you don’t have to pay more just because the food is being prepared for you! Continue reading to learn five tips that will help save money while you enjoy a meal at the restaurant.
Stress is a part of life. But stress, specifically financial worries, can result in various illnesses which can be damaging to your health and well-being. While you work to build or repair your finances, practice these 4 tips to help reduce the stress in your life.
If you struggle to finance your life after your bills have been paid, you’re in good company. Nearly 8 in 10 workers in the U.S say they live paycheck to paycheck. But with a cohesive financial plan and a little extra diligence, you can grow a substantial savings. Here are 3 simple steps to take that will help you to build an Emergency Savings account, for when you need it most.
Have you ever thought about keeping a spending journal? I’ll admit, when I first heard of this method of budgeting, I was apprehensive – I couldn’t imagine investing a large portion of my time to track every dollar spent. But in reality, the introduction of this journal has allowed me to reevaluate my spending habits, saving money and avoiding unnecessary purchases. Here are some tips to maintain a successful spending journal.
Your 40s represent a significant period in your life, personally and financially. You’re older, wiser and situated, but there are still a few things you haven’t figured out yet— like how to pay for your children’s college education and how you’re going to afford retirement.
Though you might feel as if you’re in a “good place,” becoming complacent could have a negative impact on your financial health. Continue reading to find out what 40-somethings are doing wrong and what you should be doing instead. Continue reading →
With camping season just beginning, I’ve been thinking about dusting off my tent and heading to the Adirondacks for a weekend camping trip. The only problem: spending a weekend in nature can really add up. It might sound like a cheap way to spend a weekend, but a simple trip to the woods can easily end up costing you hundreds of dollars. But camping doesn’t need to cost a fortune- I’ve done some research and found some great ways to enjoy the great outdoors on a budget, read on to find out what they are! Continue reading →