How to Travel with Kids On a Budget

Family walking on the beach

When you have young kids, travel can be both inconvenient and expensive. Not only do you have to lug car seats and diaper bags all over the place, but you also have to learn to live with higher travel expenses overall. Obviously, this should be expected. After all, little bodies take up space on airplanes […]

Never Pay Credit Card Interest with this Simple Trick

Man and Credit Card (clipping path included)

Last week, I wrote an article that claimed nearly everyone needs a credit card. And to be honest, it wasn’t all that controversial. I merely explained how difficult it can be to rent a car or get hotel reservations without some form of credit, and how certain perks, such as travel insurance, fraud protection, and rental car insurance can be […]

How I Save Money by Working at Home


This post is part of the TaxACT How I Save blog tour which teaches you ways to keep more money in your pocket. Last year, TaxACT saved America over $240 million on tax preparation. How much can you save? To learn more about tips and strategies on saving, click here.  It’s about 20 degrees outside right now. I’ve got yoga pants and my favorite Bud Light t-shirt on, […]

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!

I simply cannot believe that 2015 is upon us.  Meanwhile, I feel a little bad for not posting the last few days.  Sorries! I promise to get back to a regular posting schedule on Monday, January 5th.  And yes, the picture to the left is what happens when you mix adult pajama parties, copious amounts […]

How Video Conferencing Can Benefit Small Business


Running a successful small business can be a time-consuming process with many upfront costs. So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that most, if not all, small business owners are constantly looking for new methods and technologies that can benefit their business. Whether through improving efficiency, increasing productivity, or fostering more involved collaboration, anything that can make running […]