I’ve said before, you can analyze things and plan and figure it all out, but sometimes when it’s time, it’s time. For example, I have a couple of women friends who are biding their time in their marriages, because they aren’t sure they would be able to make it on their own. One is [CLICK TO CONTINUE...]
I knew it was upcoming, but it wasn’t actually on a credit card, so I had not accounted for it publicly on this blog. My trackers will change in the next few days, as I update the new credit card debt. The money to pay the child support.
Here’s what they look like as [CLICK TO CONTINUE...]
In this post I’m going to do a cost analysis on Costco toilet paper vs. my long time favorite ScotTissue toilet paper.
Everyone uses toilet paper, unless you’re extremely frugal and then you might use cloth toilet paper also known as family cloth. I have to admit when I first heard about family cloth [CLICK TO CONTINUE...]
Learning your credit scores will enable you to monitor your credit health. If you need to build credit, one of the easiest ways to do so is to apply for a bank secured credit card.
It doesn’t matter if you have no credit (which can sometimes be worse than bad credit), [CLICK TO CONTINUE...]