It’s summertime! Get ready for long, lazy days filled with moments that are sure to become priceless memories for you and your family. And the best news? It doesn’t have to cost much at all. Here are 50 budget-friendly activities to try this summer.
Despite its bad rap, not all debt is bad debt. Some debts are actually beneficial for the debtor and can be considered “good debt.” Let’s take a look at the factors defining good debt, the various types of good debt and how to keep this debt from going bad.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Let’s take a look at the connection between money and mental health. By managing your finances and seeking help when needed, you can improve your mental health and overall well-being. Click the image above to learn more about the connection between money and mental health and managing financial stress.
When most of us make our monthly budget, we list our fixed monthly expenses and move on from there; however, taking a closer look at those can save you money! You can cut your monthly bills and squeeze more out of your budget!
We all have setbacks at some point in life, whether emotional, financial, physical or a combination. Darleen “Coach Dar” Santore’s new book, The Art of Bouncing Back, will teach you recovery skills and reframing techniques to turn around whatever has you down and come out the other side stronger and healthier. With 25+ years of experience, Santore can help you overcome any negative situation. Give it a read!