Like the midlife crisis, the quarter life crisis brings on questions about life and our purpose in it.
Finding a job these days is difficult, but once you’ve got the gig, there is a whole new set of obstacles you’ve got to overcome.
Cooking can be much cheaper than eating out, provided you don’t eat filet mignon and truffles every night.
Buying a house is a life-changing experience. It requires a huge investment of time and money, and can become a several decades-long commitment.
Besides being a unique experience, camping is a great way to save money while traveling.
It’s a common question that people with credit cards and other forms of debt ask themselves: “How much is too much?”
Before you begin, you should understand what skill you have to barter. One of the most marketable skills in a barter economy is mechanical skills.
I handle my finances with an “out of sight, out of mind” mantra – basically the opposite of how we’re taught.
According to wedding website TheKnot.com, the average American wedding can come with a price tag of around $28,000.
When deciding between renting or owning, one thing to consider is the amenities offered by your apartment complex. While they may seem like a nice bonus, they could actually save you hundreds and even thousands per year.