I'm trying to save up for something nice for myself for my birthday in July (pay off debt, finally get a [used] car, etc.) so I came up with a simple savings plan to do it. I figured if anyone wants to join me, I'd post the graphic here. Who wouldn't want a planned savings of $2,030 by July? You just deposit a multiple of 5 in your account every Friday. This will cut down on my random b.s. bouts of spending now that I have an accessible endpoint to a savings goal.
For me, knowing that I wanted to be an entrepreneur was the easy part. Figuring out what I wanted to do was the hard part. I read books and looked online, but I didn’t truly understand all of the different opportunities that were out there. Without knowing what to search for, I was lost, and many women I have met have encountered the same challenge. Here are 99 ideas to get your creative juices flowing. via The Work at Home Woman
How Much Should You Budget for Groceries? Check out this grocery spending guideline to see how much you should be spending (and how much you could be saving) on groceries per month. Includes a chart to help you set your food spending based on family size, ages, and genders. Whether you're budgeting for one person or 11 people, this post will show you whether your budget is on track or if you could be saving more money on groceries.
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