Travel hacking is the buzz word these days, but it is a bit overwhelming and usually the big sites push to get 1,000,000 miles in six months or something like that. This is just an introduction to travel hacking and the basics of how I travelled with my family of four for $45.
Do you want to do a 20 day no spend challenge? Or maybe just a no spend challenge in general? Do you want to know how to do it? I’ll tell you all about it and my experience with a no spend challenge.
Every says you have to save money, but there are actually significant disadvantages to saving money. Find out what the disadvantages to saving money are and how to avoid them.
Have you ever debated saving up for something or buying it on credit? Well wonder no more with 10 reasons you should save before you spend.
If you’re interested in getting reward for every types of travel you do every day then consider the Miles app. I am a user and I’m also a skeptic, so here is my honest review of Miles.
Paying insurance premiums is frustrating and expensive, so take steps to stop both. Once a year take these steps to reduce your insurance bill. To reduce frustration consider policygenius.
Christmas can be stressful, especially the shopping. So we definitely don’t want to add debt on top of that. To have a great Christmas and avoid debt check out these 20 frugal Christmas tips.
The only way to shop less is to only shop when you need to or shopping intentionally. It is hard to do that well, so here are 20 tips to help you shop less by shopping when you mean to, and not letting it just happen.
This is an honest review of Fetch Rewards. Is It Worth It? I am a user of Fetch Rewards and I’m just going to show you the math of what you get, how it works, and compare it to Ibotta for good measure. Check out this review of Fetch Rewards.
Money saving challenges are fun ways of getting your competitive spirit workings so you can become your best financial self. Some of these challenges will make you think why did I think of that? Check out the money challenges!