These types of changes are just added on to the regular changes that you face in your life like moving, changing jobs, having kids, etc. So, what are some ways you can deal with these big life changes? Evan and I have been through a few and we have learned some coping skills for dealing with various changes life throws at us.
If you’re one of those people whose paycheck always disappears the day after you receive it, then hopefully this post will give you ideas on how to make more future-focused financial decisions.
Growing up does not come with an instruction manual. We by no means are experts on how to “adult” or function in society, but we do feel like we’ve learned a lot over the past few years on how to meander through a little better. This is not a be-all, end-all list. This post is a roundup of life skills that as young adults, we feel have been necessary to have.
So if you’re moving away from home for the first time we have a first apartment checklist in our resource library (one version with what we’ve looked for and a blank one for you to make your own). Just subscribe here for free access! If you just want the checklist, then you can skip this post. If you want more detail about what we included on the first apartment checklist and how we’ve picked apartments, read on.
Chances are, if you’re reading this, then you’re probably wondering what to do in life. Whether you’re a recent grad, trying to decide on a major, changing careers, or just trying to find your passion, you’ve found the right post.
If you’re scrimping and saving, having an awesome grocery budget list is a necessity. Making a grocery list is pretty easy, just make a list of all the food you want. Making a budget takes a little bit more effort. Creating a list to fit your budget is even more challenging. There are a few steps to take before creating a grocery budget list. Here is what we have been doing for our grocery budget list.
Unless you start out in life rolling in dough or an area with insanely cheap real estate, you’re probably going to end up in a small apartment or small living space at some point in your life. Even if you have a big apartment you share with roommates, your own personal space in the apartment may be smaller than you would like. Small spaces work, but are not always ideal. Coming up with small apartment hacks can really save you space, money, and stress.
If you’ve been following along on our journey so far, you’re probably aware we’re not the typical couple in their twenties. So why are we different? Why do we have a blog? Find out in this post
Saving money should not be something difficult and time consuming, because really that just defeats the whole purpose. To help you save more money without making your life more difficult, we’ve compiled a list of our easiest money saving tips.
Moving in together is a big step. Embarking on a move together across states is another enormous life change. Nobody tells you exactly how your first big move as a couple is going to go. If only it was as simple as packing up and going. Where do you begin? How do you coordinate everything? Is the dog going on a crate or getting his own seatbelt? I’m going to lay out our whole experience moving together, step by step, so you can see how we survived it. Planning Research Together The first step in the process of our move together was research. I want to say we decided on moving to New Mexico about a year ago. I don’t remember exactly when, but it was sometime before Evan was deployed. So, my point is that we started researching far in advance. Planning and research is a common theme in…