Low Cost Way to Get Grass Fed Paleo Meat: Wild Game

This is a guest post by Wesley Levy, who operates the website www.bestvenisonrecipes.com, and is working on going paleo one day at a time. I know that Melissa has talked quite a bit about the success that she has had with the Paleo diet, and even shared some recipes. I had looked into going Paleo […]

How to Save Money and Eat Healthier – A Guest Post

Until recently, I never thought much about what I ate. I ate fairly healthy, was never a snacker, and have maintained my weight. However, a couple of things over the past year have changed my perspective. For one, I’ve developed a sensitivity to gluten, and two I recently watched Forks Over Knives and it freaked […]

How Being Married Changed My Finances – A Guest Post

The following is a guest post from Corey at 20’s Finances. Friends are an important part of everybody’s life. They are there to support, challenge, and hang out with. It was just recently that I have been spending a lot of time with one of my close friends. It’s a friend that is close to […]

You Need Honesty and Support to Get Out of Debt – A Guest Post

Getting out of debt wasn’t the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do in my life, but finally making that decision to become debt-free was one of the best ones I’ve ever made. Almost two years ago, my family and I started down that path of debt bustin’. It was going to take some dedication […]

My Daughter, The Great Motivator – A Guest Post

This is a guest post from Jana at Daily Money Shot, a personal finance blog discussing money at the intersection of life, pop culture and everything in between. I talk a lot about how my husband and I didn’t start getting our finances together until we found out I was pregnant. Before that, we happily […]

6 Important Tips to Help You Escape Credit Card Debt – A Guest Post

David Bakke is a blogger for Money Crashers Personal Finance, where he talks about saving money on daily life. He managed to climb out of $30,000 in credit card debt, and vowed never to put himself in the same situation again.  Many people in the United States are saddled with debt. In fact, the average […]

Considerations When Working Overseas or Across State Lines – A Guest Post

“We’re moving to Paris!” my old college friend, Nicole, announced via email. I was in shock. After all, Paris was a good 5,000 miles – as the crow (a very tired crow) flies – from Nicole and her family’s home in Texas. “It’s not permanent,” she went on to say, adding her husband’s job had […]

Planning to Pay Off Debt – A Guest Post

Evan writes at My Journey to Millions a blog about personal finance, estate planning, taxes, his multiple streams of income and whatever he else feels like writing about that day. When battling debt how often does one hear, “all you have to do is spend less then what you earn?” I am not sure about […]

Why I Had My Wedding Reception in a Trailer Park – A Guest Post

Today’s post was written by Ashley over at Money Talks. It’s her passion in life to help you get control of your money. If you liked this article stop by her site or better yet, subscribe to her feed. I don’t know what my guests were thinking as they pulled into a trailer park for our wedding […]

Motivating Kids to Save Money

When I was a kid, I earned an allowance and spent the money as fast as I could get it. When I was able to work a part-time job as a high school student, I was responsible for buying most of my own clothes, making my car payment, paying for gas and buying car insurance.  […]