‘Life On A Budget’ Posts
Hi guys! I’ts August and just a few months from here, it will be Christmas again. How do you feel? We are all excited in our home. In fact, as of now, I’m beginning to think of gifts I will be giving away to some special people in my life. It’s too early but hey it’s not so bad to start out early.
I wanna make sure I make an early start because I have a long list of people I need to give gifts. Another reason is that I don’t want to be in a rush during the Christmas season. I want to enjoy the season completely and feel completely at peace and prepared.
Benefits of online Shopping
More and more people are using the internet these days to shop. And there are many good reasons for that. While we can’t say that shopping online is risk free, the advantages and benefits surely outweigh all of these possible risks.
Spending time together doing fun activities is crucial to every family. This allows the family members to develop strong bond with each other. But, during hard times, we tend to think that we could no longer have fun times with our family because we just don’t have enough cash. Take for instance, when one of the father or mother lose a job or when someone in the family is sick making the family spend more cash on health related matters such as medicines and check ups.
Most of us want to be healthy. I mean, who wouldn’t? Health is wealth. And with the rise of every disease imaginable, it is no surprise that people are watching their health and nutrition more these days.
The cost of living is constantly on the rise, that we need to continuously think of creative ideas to stretch our budget and save as much as we can. It is good to know that there are many resources you can check out online for handy tips on stretching the budget and saving as much moolah as we can.
These days, saving money is a challenge. When you go out, there are many temptations to spend money even on unimportant things. We think these things could buy us happiness only to find that such kind of happiness is only temporary. Then, we only want and crave for more.
1. Paying for high interest credit card debt - By January of this year 2014, the American Household Credit card has confirmed that there are already $856.9 billion consumer credit card debt in America. It has become a bad habit for most people to rely on credit card instead of using on-hand cash when making purchases. A great number of people also rely on credit card for emergency situations such as the loss of a job and being unemployed for a certain period of time unexpectedly, medical emergencies or perhaps for college education.
The Easter break is finally here and the children have just taken a break from school. For most moms, it will be the time to take a breather from all the school related expenses, but for some it is also the time to shell out money for activities the children might want to participate in while they have enough free time in their hands. Music or swimming lessons, as well as other interesting activities, may be a little bit expensive, but here are a few things you might want to bear in mind so you can scrimp this Easter break:
Graduation Day is an important milestone in anyone’s life. It is not only putting an end to students’ sleepless nights of preparing and reviewing for exams or stressful days of doing projects and researches. It is a rite of passage that signifies the beginning of one’s new chapter to tread on, new journey to embark. It is an accomplishment not only for the graduates themselves but also for their parents who gave their efforts, time and support to their children to make this day possible. No wonder this is one of the most celebrated events in one’s life.