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How the Agricultural Economy Affects You

Agricultural Economy

The further removed our population gets from agriculture, the stronger the misconception that the ag economy doesn’t affect every single one of us gets. But the truth is, the agricultural economy does affect every single person on the earth no matter how far they are distanced from production agriculture. Agriculture affects all of us positively when times are good for ... Read More »

5 Simple Ways to Save Money While Eating Out

Eating out

Going out to eat is one of my favorite guilty pleasures. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy cooking, but sometimes it’s nice to let someone else prepare your meal after a long day at work. I especially love eating out when I go with friends. The only problem with dining out is that it’s not very frugal. Here are five ... Read More »

4 Simple Tips for a Better Work-Life Balance

work-life balance

We all want to make more money and succeed in our careers – but at what cost? If you make a lot of money but spend all of your time working, what good is the money? It is crucial that you are able to strike an appropriate work-life balance in order to succeed in your career but also enjoy your life ... Read More »

5 Financial Mistakes to Avoid in Your 20s

Financial Mistakes

Your twenties just might be one of the most difficult financial times of your life. For most people, this is the period of time when they move out of their parents’ home, get a job, and set out for life on their own. While that can be exciting opportunity, it can also be difficult to get settled as you start ... Read More »

How to Stretch Charitable Donations on a Small Budget

Charitable Donations

Supporting local charities and causes in my hometown is something that is near and dear to my heart. But unfortunately, I don’t have much money built into my monthly budget for charitable giving because much of my income is going toward paying off my consumer debt and student loans, not to mention trying to build a decent sized emergency fund. ... Read More »