There’s something very rewarding about saving money or getting a great deal on a product or service that you were going to buy anyway. If you’re looking to cut back on living expenses these types of easy wins can really add up… if you know where to find them.
Thankfully, there are a lot of websites that make it easy to save money in your everyday life. Some of the sites will allow you to earn cash back or rewards on purchases that you would be making anyway. Others can help you to find amazing discounts, lightly used products, swapping opportunities, or any number of other ways to save money.
I’ve spent a lot of time researching and compiling the best websites to help you save money. On this page I’m listing 100 awesome websites. Browse through the list and I’m sure you’ll find at least a few that you can start using today.
Of course, the key is to only use these sites for things that you would be buying or spending money on anyway. If you wind up buying a bunch of stuff because it’s on sale you won’t be any better off than you are now.
If you have other sites that you’d like to recommend please feel free to leave a comment at the end of the post. I’ll be updating the article in the future so your suggestions are welcome and appreciated.Continue reading
If you’re like millions of other people who are looking to make some extra money you’ve probably considered a number of different side hustles, part-time jobs, or business opportunities. Every now and then I have friends or family ask for my suggestions about how to make money online. Freelance writing is always one of my first suggestions, and I’d highly recommend you consider it as well.
Before I worked online full-time I did a lot of freelance writing for several different blogs. It was flexible work and allowed me to make some money while I was also working to build up my own websites and blogs.
Although it’s a great opportunity, most people have no idea where to start. The thought of trying to find paying clients can be very overwhelming if you’ve never done it before.
In reality, finding your first clients usually isn’t all that difficult, and so I wanted to write this article to lay out all of the facts about freelance writing, why it’s a great opportunity, and how you can get started.Continue reading
Want to improve your financial situation, live with less stress, and have more money for things that are truly important to you? I think we can all answer “yes” to that. An important step is to spend less and save more.
In a lot cases that’s easier said than done. But fortunately there are many realistic and practical ways that we can save money in our daily lives, starting today. And many of these methods aren’t even painful or difficult, they just require some simple changes.
In this article we’ll look at 101 different ways you can go about saving more money. The money that you save can be used to pay off debt, invest, save for retirement, save for a family vacation, or even given to charity.Continue reading
If you’ve just installed WordPress for the first time you may be a little confused or even overwhelmed.
Don’t worry, WordPress is pretty easy to use and you’ll learn quickly. But there are a few things you should do after installing WordPress, and I want to go over them in this article.
This article assumes you’ve already installed WordPress on your own domain, but if that’s not the case please see my page on How to Start a Blog, which walks you through the process of setting up a web hosting account and installing WordPress.
Now, here are 11 things that I recommend you do after installing WordPress.Continue reading
Managing money is one of the most important tasks in life. It doesn’t matter if you make a little or a lot, you can still go broke if you’re not respecting and taking care of your money. Want to retire comfortably? Now is the time to start planning and saving. Fortunately, there are many helpful blogs that cover all aspects of personal finance. These blogs are excellent resources for learning, getting motivated, and for helping you step up to the challenges in your own financial life.Continue reading