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How to Stay Healthy on a Shoestring Budget

Staying healthy in the modern world seems not so easy even when you have a lot of money, and especially when you don't. Even though, you should relax and read some tips on how to stay healthy with not so big budget. Let's start! 1. Drink lots of water This is something you can do for yourself without wasting a single penny, and the... [Continue Reading]

5 Money Saving Tips for Digital Nomads

A digital nomad is an individual who is able to leverage the power of digital and electronic technologies to earn a living and live a life in a nomadic manner. Such people work from remote areas such as foreign countries, libraries, coffee shops, and recreational vehicles. The goal is to complete tasks and goals that would traditionally... [Continue Reading]

Financial Tips for Traveling in China

China hosts a rich and diverse history and culture and is one of the four ancient civilizations with over 3600 years of written history. The country is a host of 47 UNESCO World Heritage Sites with the inclusion of the Imperial Palaces of the Qing and Ming, the Great Wall of China in addition to the country’s stunning natural beauty... [Continue Reading]

How to Save on Flight Tickets and Hotels with VPN

Do you love travelling? Is high hotel and flight ticket cost barring you from enjoying frequent visits to various destinations all over the world? Or have your attempts to slash down overall expenditure on flight ticket as well as hotel booking proven futile? With recent mushrooming of some unscrupulous individuals who sabotage our... [Continue Reading]

How to Guard Yourself against the Uncertain Housing Market

One of the most important things for our personal finance is housing. In these trying times, there are some good deals out there if your credit is good and you are a first time home buyer with savings. If you are a seller, the uncertain housing market can offer some challenges as your home may not be worth the price you originally paid.... [Continue Reading]

How to Deal with Household Costs After Moving In Together

Moving in together with your partner is a big step in a relationship. It is also a big step in regards to finances. Moving in together can ease the burden on both of your wallets as household costs will more than likely be shared by both of you. Advance planning is necessary for a smooth transition. Running a household can be expensive... [Continue Reading]

Personal Finance Tip: Creating a Nest Egg

Birds use their nests as a place of safety for their unborn eggs. They warm them and watch over them until they are ready to hatch. This is about what you do with your financial nest egg. Here are some tips for nurturing your future savings. Everyone needs something set aside for the days when they will eventually stop work. Life... [Continue Reading]

Gone Overboard with Your Finances? How to Get Back on Track

Going overboard with your finances is not hard to accomplish. Experts have said that the average American family owes $7,500 in credit card debt. If that were not enough, many people now owe more than their home is even worth. But alas, all is not lost. A budget can be implemented at any time, so pull up a chair, gather your bills and... [Continue Reading]

Financial Tips for the Newly Divorced

If you find yourself amongst the recently divorced population, you may be feeling not just the loss of a partner, but also the absence of the second paycheck. Chances are pretty good that you have lived your life based on two incomes, and now that you are the sole provider there are some changes that will need to be made. First thing is... [Continue Reading]

Pros and Cons of Staging a Home for a Quick Sale

If you have been trying to sell your home during this difficult market and find that it has taken far longer than you had anticipated, you may be considering hiring a professional home stager. If so, you will want to know the pros and cons before pursuing. The first task in staging your home is de-cluttering. This in itself is probably... [Continue Reading]