Can I just say that I love ThredUp? Because I do! It’s an online thrift store for women and kids that makes thrifting so much fun. When I decided that I wanted to focus on buying second hand and sustainable clothing, I am glad I found this site! I wanted to expand more on what … More 10 Tips for Shopping on ThredUp!
A journey 10 years in the making!! There has not been a month since the card opened where I haven’t carried a balance. Check out the full story: 6-month, 1-year, 18-month, 2-year, and 3-year. The Reality My staring balance of this payoff journey was $9,943.77 in January 2018. It represented living above my means in … More Credit Card Ban: PAYOFF
This post contains affiliate links marked by an *asterisk* – I may receive a small commission if you buy something through the link. When I decided to not buy any clothing in 2020, that was under the assumption that I would have enough to wear for the year (work/active/dress/etc.) to get me through the year … More Sustainable Clothing Brands & Reviews
Make some quick cash by taking surveys. About 10 years ago, I was a struggling college student. I worked part-time in retail and before I knew what budgeting was, always felt that my paycheck was barely enough. I would take surveys online with my laptop for $0.01 to $0.50 and they would always take around … More Surveys on the Go Review
This blog is having an identity crisis! Like most of us, 2020, and even into 2021, I’ve been struggling with my mental health. It’s a combination of being cooped up in an apartment that no longer suits our needs, it’s the stress that having an unemployed partner brings, it’s gaining weight and trying not to … More Blog Birthday! | 7th Anniversary 🎉
My credit card payoff journey continues. I never thought I would be writing this. I mourn the fact that my goals were totally off the rails in 2020, but it was a matter of necessity. Check out the full story: 6-month, 1-year, 18-month, and 2-year. The Reality In March 2020 my fiancé lost his job … More Credit Card Ban: 3-Year Check-In
Got to say, when I dreamed up my vision for 2020 I never thought that I would add “poll worker” as a side hustle. But then again, nothing about 2020 was predictable. There was so little that was in our control, when someone suggested poll working as a way to preserve democracy, save grandmas, and … More She’s a Poll Worker!
Life Updates: Wow! We should all take a sigh of relief that this year is coming to an end. It’s been chaotic and stressful and I’m glad we are going to be seeing vaccinations roll out in 2021. I wanted to send through a final Social Distancing Diaries for the year, though no much has … More Social Distancing Diaries: Vol. 13
In the before times, I didn’t really consider working from home as something that would be necessary or that I would need to prepare for. My job required me to be at my desk because it focused heavily on paper files. I did have access to remote working, which I occasionally used for checking in … More Working from Home During a Pandemic
Spoiler Alert: I have 3 Ally Savings Accounts, so my relationship with this online bank is pretty strong! Money wise, my 20s are defined by my reckless spending, my 30s, however, will be defined by how well I’ve saved. Though, I didn’t anticipate that a global pandemic would influence this quite so much! My interest … More My Experience with Ally Bank