Welcome to the money page! We believe that money and financial freedom are all part of living a happy, balanced life. Here we’ll explore budgeting, living debt free, saving money in all kinds of interesting ways, making money in even more ways, getting the most out of our day jobs, and monetizing our blogs.
It’s always a good time to start saving money. Use this free 52-week money saving challenge printable to easily save more than $1000 in the next 12 months. If you invest that money and follow the weekly savings plan, you’ll quickly enjoy a growing savings account and the compound interest on that money – so each month builds your savings and your passive income. It’s a win-win for you!
Ho, ho, ho! Christmas is just around the corner! It’s time to decorate the tree, get the gift lists finalized and plan the big family party. But those all cost money, right? I’ve got you covered with these amazingly easy Christmas crafts that you can make and sell for extra cash. From ornaments to reusable gift bags, follow any of these simple step-by-step guides to make a profit and put some Christmas cheer in someone else’s home.
Americans spend up to 6 hours a day on sport, leisure, personal interests and hobbies – and this time goes up over weekends. But did you know that your hobbies and interests can make you extra money? You can do many of them online or from home, and with little to no investment!
As a blogger, you want to make an income. But you might not know how to set your blogging rates. There are so many ways to price your products, books, courses and services, but they all rely on your knowledge of one thing – your minimum hourly rate. Just use this free calculator to determine your minimum and desired hourly blogging rate!
Credit card debt, car loans, student loan debt, personal loans, you name it – debt can lead to a lot of stress. Want to know how to manage and pay off all your debt? There is a solution: the debt snowball method. Here’s a free debt snowball worksheet to take you from drowning in debt to debt free in four easy steps. Plus, there’s a visual debt payment tracker to keep creatives motivated!
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