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5 Ways to Kill Your Spending Triggers

Spending Triggers

Everyone has spending triggers, even if you don’t know exactly what they are. A spending trigger is something that causes you to make a purchase even if you don’t particularly need that item at the time. A classic example of a spending trigger is going to the grocery store on an empty stomach. Since you are hungry, everything will look ... Read More »

Keep Destroying Your Debt All Summer Long


With summer around the corner, you’re probably anxious to look ahead to the summer fun, but if you have accumulated debt that is causing you worry, do yourself a long-term favor this summer and put that spending money towards your debt problem. But of course, it can be hard to watch your hard-earned cash go directly to your creditors. To ... Read More »

2 Simple Ways You Can Avoid Being House Poor

House Poor

One of the biggest financial mistakes I’ve ever made was buying my house at age the age of 21. I had just graduated from college and started working a full-time job back in my hometown. After viewing several rental houses I grew frustrated by their terrible condition and thus I started looking at houses that were for sale instead. As ... Read More »