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Category: No Spend November

High Yield Checking Accounts & Savings Accounts

Today, we are going to talk about the importance of money mindfulness. Mindfulness allows us to make money without having to make big changes. When's the last time you took a look at your checking and saving account options? Are your accounts working for you? A high yield checking account or savings account may be the perfect...

Ways To Save On Utilities

We are on a journey of mindful spending this month. Let’s dive deeper into ways we can be more mindful about our environment, so that we have an opportunity to save. Check out these ways to save money on your utilities. Turn Down Your Thermostat What if you could save more money on your electric bill this month? The...

Hardcore Strategy To Slash Spending By 50% – Market Watch

Let this be a November your bank account will remember! To curb their total holiday spending, some Americans are trying something a little different: not spending money on anything but essentials in November. They’re calling it #NoSpendNovember and though it’s challenging (no Black Friday deals for you!), many are...

Your Environment Matters

Have you ever started the day, determined to crank out some serious work, only to find yourself scrolling through social media two hours later?  Ben Hardy, author of Willpower Doesn’t Work says: “You are who you are because of your environment.  Want to change? Then change your environment.” Your goal is to change...

Cancel Your Subscriptions

With the click of a button you can sign up for a subscription to stream music or  your favorite T.V. series.  It’s easy to be roped in by offers for gym memberships, grocery delivery, and box subscriptions. These relatively  “small” recurring costs can add up quickly.  Many times, we’re unaware of exactly...

Review Your Benefits

Your benefits can be considered as a nest egg. A "nest egg" is a substantial sum of money that has been saved or invested for a specific purpose. Usually, these funds are earmarked for longer-term objectives, the most common being retirement and buying a home. When is the last time you really looked at your benefits and...

Plan Your Paycheck

Your paycheck is a starting point for making a budget.  Set aside 15 minutes to review your income and expenses. This way you can plan your paycheck. For This activity, make sure you have the following items: Time: 15 min Tools: Printable Calendar, Pen, List of Income and Expenses Step 1: Establish Your Starting...

Dealing With Debt

If you are dealing with debt, know that you are not alone. In fact, 4 out of 5 Americans are currently in debt.  Let’s work together to figure out how you can eliminate that burden.  Today's article will provide some great tips on how you can pay off your debts. What are your options? Balance Transfer – A new credit...

Smart Spending With Groceries

Achieving your financial wellness goals start with setting realistic expectations.  When it comes to basic necessities such as groceries, cutting out spending is not going to be an option.   However, there are steps we can take to make sure we are practicing smart spending habits for greater savings without sacrificing...

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