Toilet Paper. We all use it and we all hate to spend money on it! This is the first post in a series about the best prices on toilet paper. My family always preferred Cottonelle Cleancare toilet paper because it seemed to be a good balance between quality and value. We wanted something between ultra ... Read More about Where Can You Buy the Cheapest Cottonelle Toilet Paper?
I've recommended the online budgeting tool YNAB before, but also recommended doing some budgeting with cash. I've often been asked, how can these two things work together? Quite well, actually! YNAB has two possible methods of dealing with cash and I'll explain them both. If you've never used YNAB ... Read More about How to Handle Cash with YNAB
I've talked to a lot of couples where the man handles everything financial, and the woman doesn't participate much in the family's financial management. There's always one person in a relationship who is more "numbers oriented", and it is often the man. Whoever the nerdy, numbers person is, the ... Read More about 7 Important Reasons Why Women Need to Learn About Money
New research about debt pay-off strategies was published in 2016 in the Journal of Consumer Research. It has added evidence to support the idea that sometimes with money, psychology beats math. If you have multiple debts, putting all of your extra money towards the smallest one will increase your ... Read More about New Research: Debt Snowball Is Best Way to Tackle Debt
This recurring feature on the blog is a place to talk about the little things I did last month to save money. Hopefully, this will give you some ideas of things you can do in your own life. I often write about the big ways to save money, but the little ways certainly add up. Here are some ways I was ... Read More about 5 Ways I Saved Money in December