So you’ve received your first couple of paychecks, you’re slowing settling into the groove of adulthood, and hopefully you’re adding to your savings too (this is essential). You decide you want to do something for yourself, an act of self-gratification for all the effort you have put in for all these months.
Some people might decide that the perfect act of self love is giving their bedroom an ultimate makeover. If this sounds like you, stay tuned! If not…stay tuned anyway. You never know, it might become your dream too!
If you’re like me – an Adult in Training with a car – fuel is one of your biggest expenses. I found that it was more difficult to spend significantly less on the essentials – fuel, lunch, Apple Music. Yet it’s still possible to spend a little less on fuel every time you buy it, and savings do add up. Here are 5 things I do to minimize my monthly fuel expenditure.
You might have already heard that investing your money
is the best way to grow it, but what about starting capital?
How do you save up enough money to get started with investing it? We’re here to help! Here are some simple tips to help you save better & smarter!
When I first started working, I didn’t make a whole lot of money at my 9-5 & to top that off, my financial management skills (if I can even call them that considering how abysmal and irresponsible they were) didn’t exactly help the situation. However, I did learn a thing or two.