Every individual should be prepared for an emergency, but if you have a family, you know that it is important to take extra precautions for little ones. When prepping for a family, there are many considerations one needs to take. Food storage for families is no exception, as children should be kept as happy and comfortable as pos... Continue Reading →
Money Saving Tips
Posted on October 17, 2013 by Catherine Alford
The number of identity thefts grows every year, and the aftermath of an identity theft can ruin people’s lives for years to come. To ensure that your identity remains protected, here are a few basic tips to remember as you carry on your day-to-day activities.
Know What’s In Your Wallet
One general tip is to know what’s in your wallet at all times. Keep a separate document on hand in your home office that lists the credit cards you keep in your wallet and any other identifying information. Then, if your wallet gets stolen, you have a list of cards and the... Continue Reading →
Posted on October 4, 2013 by Brian Meyer
When things go bad, paper money will ideally not be worth much. It really won’t matter how much you have in your bank account if the banks crash, now will it? What will matter are tangible items; things that either have intrinsic value or can be used for survival. This is why it is crucial to save items that are great for bartering now, so when you need something that your neighbor ... Continue Reading →
Posted on October 3, 2013 by Catherine Alford
One of the great things about the digital age is that there’s literally an app for everything. You can use apps to help you plan every aspect of your life, but my favorite way to use them is to save money.
There are several very popular money saving apps currently available but the apps and tools below are some of the best!
Mint is perhaps one of the most... Continue Reading →