LB Note: If you’re at all interested in growing your affiliate income on your blog, I highly recommend Michelle’s Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing Course. Best of all, in conjunction with this interview, she’s running a sale on the program! From Thursday February 16th to Sunday February 19th (it will end at 11:59 p.m. PT), use coupon code 28FEBDISCOUNT to receive $28 off the course so it will retail $169. The value this course provides is easily worth the regular price, so I encourage you to take advantage of this sale! Click here…

Survey sites can be a great way to side hustle when you need extra cash, but with springtime just around the corner...we figured it was time to put together an anthology. There are plenty of survey sites out there, so we tested the most popular ones and came up with our five favorites.

Moving in together (whether pre-marriage or as part of getting hitched) is a big step in any relationship. Once you’re sharing the same space, it seems like you’re sharing everything – from food to soap and even clothes. But does merging your spaces mean that it’s time to merge your finances? Quite possibly, so we’re here to help navigate this situation. Below are our best tips on how to manage money when living together with your boyfriend or girlfriend.   To Manage Money When Living Together, You First Have to…

It isn't what you expect to come to you, but rather the unexpected that the visioning magic wills into existence. Allow yourself the chance for this to happen to you by creating your own vision board. It's such a beautiful experience.

I truly believe everyone should blog – which is why I’m making it as easy (and affordable!) as possible. HostGator just put together a new promotion where you can get everything-but-the-kitchen sink for your blog: hosting, domain, web builder, AND email for just $3. This is the lowest price anywhere and is exclusive to Financial Best Life readers. Just use this link to grab your discount.  Until 3/31 if you buy hosting through my affiliate link with HostGator  – I’ll Paypal you $15 just for trying it out.  That’s your…

January is debt month after all, and we couldn't call ourselves "Financial Best Life" without highlighting some of the more creative ways to pay off debt

I can't speak to what works for everyone, but the five money habits below are kid-tested (by me, not actual children) to have a profound impact on the way you manage your dollars and cents. Call these the bumper crop of the hundreds of wacky things I've tried in search of making managing money a little easier for us everyday folk.

For me, personally, even amid an unnecessary amount of darkness, there were lessons about life, money, and business around every corner. In fact, in terms of personal growth, 2016 was one of my most successful yet. But let's be clear about one thing - I'm not sad to see the b*tch out.

The new year is a great time to explore new financial opportunities. Last year I made the decision to learn more about investing – how to start, the benefits, and how it could help me on my financial journey. And while I certainly won’t profess to being an expert on the subject, I have found a tool that is great for beginner investors while still being affordable: TradeKing. It’s an online investing platform that allows you to really learn the market through their wealth of educational material, as well as…

Emerging from the darkness of financial illiteracy or apathy can be frightening. Gurus are everywhere throwing around buzzwords you don’t understand in an effort to take your hard earned money. Which is the exact opposite of what someone looking to improve their financial standing needs. I have created a free budget template that is perfect for anyone looking to gain a handle on their personal finances, and because it’s free, this budget template is the perfect way to start budgeting.

Next Posts