Archive for July, 2010

Help Your Future Self and Save Now

Looking back on my twenties (I realize this makes me sound old, but I swear I’ve only recently turned 30) there are a few things I wish I would have View More...
 

Cheap, Easy Meals 101: Ramen Noodle Ins and Outs (Chapter 2)

So Tex Mex might not be your style, but don’t quit on us so early in the game!  There are plenty more options out there that may be right for View More...
 

Cheap, Easy Meals 101: Ramen Noodle Ins and Outs (Chapter 1)

Say you’re in college… Eating home cooked meals or going out to eat every night is not an option, but think about how cheap you can get Ramen. Now we’re View More...
 
 

Life of a Bride-to-Be : Wedding Budgeting 101 (Chapter 12)

Hair. Probably one of the most discouraging parts of planning a wedding in sixth months was the realization that my hair would not be the length I want it to View More...
 

Car Shopping? Here’s a few tips

Shopping for a car? It can be difficult to find a decent loan rate. Autoloandaily.com recently published a “Not To Do” list for getting an auto loan. One good tip they had View More...
 

Life of a Bride-to-Be : Wedding Budgeting 101 (Chapter 11)

Flowers. Ah, my favorite part of picking decor for the ceremony! I love flowers. Brett becomes very annoyed when we go on Jeep trips and I have to stop the View More...
 

Life of a Bride-to-Be : Wedding Budgeting 101 (Chapter 10)

I realized the other day that it might be a good idea to figure out the music and musicians, as well as pick ushers and a sound tech for the View More...
 

Cycling Cents 101: Chapter 1

If you are you looking to save up for a big purchase, and you don’t know where to begin, you may be pedaling the same bike as me.  Being an View More...
 

Why Should You Reconcile Your Accounts

It can be stressful trying to keep track of each transaction you’ve made for a whole month, but in doing so, you are slimming your chances of your account becoming View More...