Today’s step is very simple, but it might seem counterintuitive. You see, for Day 27 of 31 Days to a Better Bank Balance, the challenge is to give.
While giving time or money (or both!) isn’t going to improve your bank balance in the short term, it can definitely improve things in the long run, for both yourself and others. » Read more
Reducing energy use around your is one way to gain a little more wiggle room in your budget.
The challenge for Day 26 of 31 Days to a Better Bank Balance is to choose one of these ideas and implement it today. While you’re at it, you may want to choose a few of the ideas that may take a little time to implement in the future. » Read more
Now that you’ve categorized your spending and considered whether or not it meets your needs and desires, let’s use Day 25 of 31 Days to a Better Bank Balance to get your spending plan created and put into use. (After all, what good is a plan if you don’t use it?) » Read more
For Day 24 of 31 Days to a Better Bank Balance, take the next step in creating a spending plan: evaluating your current spending.
If you created that list yesterday of the types of items that you buy and how much you’re spending on each category, this will » Read more