A monthly finance checklist is to help you become debt-free and save money. Consider this to be an extension of your monthly budget.
All About Budgets
Budget Bootcamp sounds strict but I’m not one to sugarcoat anything when it comes to a financial crisis. The most compelling evidence of spending too much money will show up in the actual budget numbers. If you’ve been affected financially by the Covid-19 pandemic making changes has to happen. Budget Bootcamp is not just about […]
People often wonder how we stay debt-free with no regrets since we still live a frugal lifestyle. Today, I want to share with you just how cruel life can be and how to stand up for the financial freedom you’ve achieved. Wouldn’t it be nice to stay debt-free once you’ve achieved your financial goals? The […]
Having to begin again after you thought you found the love of your life comes with costs and emotions.
Financial Empowerment Gives You Control Over Your Money And Allows You To Beat Debt Once And For All.
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How to handle when someone asks to borrow money because they are broke. A man in jeans with his empty pockets hanging out.
Your Money Needs You To Create A Solid Foundation Creating a realistic budget seems easy enough but even the smartest people struggle with their money. Don’t be afraid of how to manage your money by setting a realistic budget that fits the lifestyle you want to live today and tomorrow. What’s interesting is that no […]
During the 2021 year, you will read about 7 CBB friends who share how their money is working for them. The 2021 Monthly Budget Challenge also includes our monthly budget at the very end of the blog post. We share with you all of our financial information and show you how we’ve become mortgage-free. This […]
Lockdown Budgeting Is A Time To Rework Your Money The first couple of months in any new calendar year offer a great time to reflect on your finances and set some goals. Usually, people have overspent at Christmas, and they want to use the quieter (colder) months of January and February to reign in their […]
Starting Over Financially Is Hard But Necessary The year 2020 was met with people under order to stay home from work, business closures, curbside pickup, online deliveries and a whole mess of other changes. Walking out the front door seemingly gets less and less exciting as there’s nowhere to go. In a way, I felt […]
Every Dollar Counts Starting With Your Mindset So many people in 2021 have told me they were walking a fine line with their bill payments. Well, we just wandered into 2021 so most of the debt is coming from 2020. You see, we’re just weeks into the new year and already all of the debt […]