Tips If You Hate Cleaning

Does the thought of cleaning your home leave you in dread or glee? Some enjoy cleaning and find it therapeutic while others don’t enjoy it. Most people love living in a clean environment so here are a few tips and tricks to get your home cleaned in no time...

Lesson 9: Resources

  By now we’ve covered eight topics on how to budget and save money. Hopefully, you’ve been able to use some of the tips and tricks we’ve already covered. This page will help you find further resources that you can utilize on your own. These are just a handful of...

Lesson 8: Wants

  We all have wants. It’s fun to go out and catch a show or grab a bite to eat. In order to be able to do so though it’s important to budget for it. In Lesson 1 we discussed the 50/30/20 framework. In this framework, the goal is to budget 30% of your income for...

Lesson 7: Needs

We all have basic needs that need to be met via our budget. Lesson 1 discussed the 50/30/20 framework with 50% of your budget going towards needs. Needs encompass items one needs to survive. We already discussed groceries in lesson 2 and housing in lesson 4. Needs...

Lesson 6: Savings

The Fed’s 2019 Survey of Consumer Finances shows that the typical American household has $5,300 in a savings account at a bank or credit union. But, this number varies greatly by age and number of people in a household. Lesson 1 discussed the 50/30/20 framework. 20%...

Volunteering Matters

  Have you ever volunteered? One out of four Americans volunteer, two out of three Americans help their neighbor according to a study performed by The Corporation for National & Community Service. Considering the US population is in the millions, there is a...