January Reading List

As I continue in this journey to becoming the “future me”, it is important that I continue to grow in knowledge. Since I know how important this is I read as much as I possibly can every month. My goal is to read a minimum of 2 books a month (which with working a full time job, volunteering, driving for Lyft, and freelancing I think is reasonable).

Every month I will give the rundown of what I read, and focus on one book that I feel was the most practical book.  Continue reading “January Reading List”

3 Cheap And Easy Things To Make For The SuperBowl

With the largest game of the year only a few days away here in the future me household we are striving to save as much money as possible. However, I love to eat far to much to not enjoy one of my favorite days of the year.

So how can you eat delicious food, and save money at the same time? Continue reading “3 Cheap And Easy Things To Make For The SuperBowl”

The Mindful Budget, And My Shopping Ban

One of the things that most excited me about this year was being able to use the “Mindful Budget” created by Cait. She really did a wonderful job with this book/course/budgeting tool and I have thoroughly enjoyed it thus far. Continue reading “The Mindful Budget, And My Shopping Ban”

How To Save Money On Prescription Drugs

With health insurance rising what seems like everyday, people are trying to cut costs as much as possible. Some costs cannot be changed, such as how much your doctor charges, how often you have to see the doctor, or the need to take prescription medication.

Working in a retail pharmacy for close to 8 years I have learned a few things about saving money on medicine, and will touch on 6 ways that you can save money, and 3 ways people think they will save money but actually wont. Continue reading “How To Save Money On Prescription Drugs”

Week In Review #2

Hello, and welcome to this weeks review. This is a truly enjoyable article to write each week because I think it’s important to follow as many personal finance blogs as possible in order to make informed decisions about your finances. Though personal finance bloggers are further down the road financially then others this doesn’t mean that you should follow every word they say, instead you should listen to many advisers, take in all the information and then make the best personal decision for you. Continue reading “Week In Review #2”