I’m obsessed with Airbnb.
I’m at the point that I will look for an Airbnb first before searching for a hotel.
Airbnb can often provide a cheaper, healthier and more local-feel to travel.
My favorite benefits of staying in an Airbnb are as follows:
I can choose to book a place with a kitchen to eat healthier and save money.
I can choose to book an entire place so the experience feels private, versus a ...
Here are 10 money goals to achieve before age 30. How many have you crossed off your list?
1. Stop living 1-2 paychecks in the future
This sounds simple but so many people are living 1-2 paychecks in the future.
Meaning, they spend on their credit cards and need to wait until their next paycheck hits to pay them off.
If this is you, cut back for 30 days, build up your cash reserve ...
I have to go to the dentist.
It’s been a few months since I went to the doctors so it’s probably an OK time to go.
Jim in the cube next to me went to the doctors last week and the dentist this week. He’s probably interviewing for another job.
Doesn’t he realize you need to space these things out?
You don’t want anyone to think you’re trying to pull something.
I decide I’ll go ...
Okay maybe Netflix and chill isn’t completely free, but it’s much cheaper than going to bars or out to eat.
We’re trying to save our way to financial independence and a $1M net worth (read more about that here), and Netflix and chill nights are a way for us to get there faster.
Right now, my husband and I are in the middle of a very intense Halloween streaming binge.
We’re not huge ...
I admittedly spent three hours or less on Millennial Boss in this last month. Somehow, I still managed to make nearly $1800 dollars.
The reason I spent so little time on the site is that I was busy growing my podcast, Fire Drill Podcast.
Growing a new site and brand from scratch is completely time consuming. Not to mention that I have the added time of recording new episodes and editing them.
I’m excited to share Kayla’s story with you today! She’s a full-time online entrepreneur who took a leap of faith to quit her day job and started making money online (I think that’s becoming a theme here).
She’s now hit $10,000 in revenue per month. Go Kayla!
I do want to emphasize that it’s Kayla’s story and not mine!
A few folks lately have confused my Feature Friday guest posts with my own ...
Today’s Feature Friday guest, Jessica, runs her own online fashion boutique and does drop shipping.
She’s inspired by many of the same people who inspire me (including one of my absolute fav authors Tim Ferriss).
I’m actually reading Tim’s newest book, Tools of Titans: The Tactics, Routines, and Habits of Billionaires, Icons, and World-Class Performers, and it’s beside my bed on my nightstand right now.
I highly recommend it for any entrepreneur looking to ...
Since I had no personal experience buying cryptocurrency, I asked Money Corgi, Fire Millennial and George to share their experiences and knowledge of cryptocurrency with all of us.
If you’re like me, you’ve heard about bitcoin and cryptocurrency, maybe read a little about it, but haven’t actually pulled the trigger and purchased.
Here is Part 3 of a three part series exploring cryptocurrency – intended to inform, educate, and entertain.
Part I: How ...
Today’s guest makes $3-5k per month freelancing writing. This is a hefty chunk of change on top of her day job. Read about her business and how it operates below.
Do you want to be featured on the next Feature Friday? Learn more about how to get featured here.
1. What is your business?
I’m a freelance copywriter and blogger in the tech/marketing space.
2. What did you do before you started your own ...
In second grade I remember being jealous of the girls who would come back from vacations with braided hair wraps.
You know, the colorful string hair wraps that were made of friendship-bracelet type string twisted for a few inches around a strand of hair.
You could get them on vacations to tropical places. It was extra cool if they had charms, such as little silver dolphins, wound into them.
Any millennial girl will ...
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