I’m sure you read that title a couple of times, stunned in disbelief that this could actually be true. Well, it is. Back in high school, I played tons of mobile games on my phone, and I’m sure some of you do too. I have so far made nearly 25 dollars simply by playing apps on my mobile device. Sound too good to be true? Keep reading.
We all love coffee. It’s a beautiful thing. It tastes great, gives us energy, and has become a staple in the daily routine of people around the world. However, buying coffee has one crippling negative effect that most people overlook.
Money is pretty much an issue for everyone. We all have some sort of debt, whether it be a car loan, student loans, apartment rent, monthly expenses… It isn’t a foreign concept to anyone.
Virtually everyone has some sort of debt.
But are you doing everything in your power to keep your debt to a minimum? Are you living a frugal lifestyle?
“What, me? Frugal? Living like a poor person? Hell no”. If that’s what you’re thinking, then you may need to get a new perspective on frugal.
Debit cards are such a great means of payment. They free up space in your wallet because you no longer need to carry cash, you can use them virtually everywhere, and they are much faster and more efficient than paying with cash. However, so many people fall short in fully understanding the ins and outs of debit cards. Here’s my take:
If you’re anything like me, then you understand that saving money is just as great of a feeling as making money. After all, who doesn’t love snagging a great deal or saving a couple of bucks on something you already buy? However, there is still one tremendously simple way to save money that so many people overlook.
Music is a powerful thing. It can get us through rough times, motivate us through a workout, or simply provide some background music while we work. So, out of all of the hundreds of Bluetooth speakers on the market, which one is the best? Here’s my take, on the very first installment of Budget Buys.
I never thought I would see the day. But, recently, I was informed by my employer that I would no longer be working for them. I was devastated. I felt betrayed. I felt confused and lost. I have car payments. As a twenty-year-old, I have plans for my future: investing, saving, paying off my debt. I didn’t know what to do. So, did I take to social media to let everyone know how horrible the company I worked for is? Nope. Did I send a novel of an email to my former employer explaining how much of an idiot they are for letting me go? No. However, if you want to make a fool of yourself and lose all respect, then I recommend you do those two things and stop reading this.
Ah, young love. Such a beautiful thing. You meet someone in high school, make hundreds of memories, explore the world… and bankrupt yourself. NOT good. Here is the definitive guide to starting a relationship WITHOUT putting your bank account in the single digits.
Everyone seems to want to get a credit card as soon as they are able… they think it’s one step closer to being an “adult”, and there are so many misconceptions that people don’t understand until they are slapped with their first bill.
Teens have so many misconceptions about credit cards: it’s free money, you can spend as much as you want, etc. They are all lies. So should teens get credit cards as soon as possible? The answer depends on one crucial element.
If you have read any of my work, you’ll know that making money is high on my priority list. I am constantly searching for new ways to reel in the dough and make sure I am making sufficient passive income every day. In the near future, I will be beginning to post some of the easy things I do to net over $500.00 in passive income yearly (be sure to subscribe for email alerts to the right), but for now, I will give you one quick, easy method to earn good money NOW.