Why Gratitude is Good for Your Finances

Why Gratitude is Good for Your Finances

How do you think about money? Do you find yourself worrying about how to make more of it? How to best use it to tackle your bills or build up your savings?  Another question for you: what if, instead of focusing on how to get more money, you focus on being thankful...
Every Budget Has a Story

Every Budget Has a Story

“Budget.” What does that word mean to you? A budget helps one person stay on track when buying groceries for their family. A budget means watching expenses in order to save up for retirement for another person. A budget helps someone else pay down their high-interest...
Planting the Seeds for Future Financial Goals

Planting the Seeds for Future Financial Goals

We’ve talked about different financial goals before on Everyday Money. But have you ever thought about how it’s easier to meet certain goals rather than others? Why it can feel so hard to save emergency funds for a rainy day, but you don’t have to think twice about...
How You Show Your Love With Money

How You Show Your Love With Money

As Valentine’s Day nears, it’s time to talk about one thing: money. Just kidding. We’ll get to that part in a bit. What we actually want to talk about is love. More specifically, what your “love language” is, how your behavior in a relationship ties into money values,...
Spending Money Without Shame

Spending Money Without Shame

Are you tired of hearing all the things you should or shouldn’t be doing with your money? Do you feel guilty every time you shop for something, or if you spend money on something that other people might think is a waste?  We’re with you. Here at Everyday Money, we...