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Amy Davis

Blog Info

Name:
Slay Your Budget
Category:
General Finance
Tags:
GenX, financial independence, early retirement
Start Year:
2017

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Location:
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
Age:
30s
Race:
White
Gender:
Female
Life stage:
SIK (Single Income, Kids)
Profession:
Blogger
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Latest Blog Posts

  Have you ever completed an online purchase, thinking you got a great deal, only to find a few days later, said purchase is now on sale? So what do you do–complain about your bad luck and let it go? Dig out your receipt, drive to the store and wait in the return line to beg the rep to credit you the difference? Return your item and repurchase it at ...
Posted: Nov 20 2017 @ 10:36 PM
  Tonight I’m bringing you a guest post from Mrs. LLC of Lovely Life Cents. She’s relatively new to the game of personal finance and still looking for her voice. Check out her new blog if you want to get a fresh take!   Debt. Debt. Debt.   It’s on everyone’s mind mainly because everyone’s got it. At this point in society, the average joe is going to take on debt ...
Posted: Nov 13 2017 @ 5:17 PM
This post contains affiliate links. I never recommend anything I don’t use or believe in. All opinions are 100% mine.   I think most anyone who knows me well, and had to describe me in just a few words, would call me a hardcore bargain hunter. Everyone may not have the extra few minutes it takes to score a really good deal, but sometimes it’s simply a matter of ingenuity ...
Posted: Jul 24 2017 @ 10:04 PM
This post may contain affiliate links which help pay for this website. I never recommend anything I don’t use or believe in. All opinions are 100% mine.   So, I’m going to let you in on a little secret—I absolutely, positively despise clutter. And nothing seems to clutter my house up more than my kids’ toys and stuffed animals. Now I know toys have their purpose; they help little ones ...
Posted: Jul 17 2017 @ 8:13 PM
Today’s guest post from Mallory at Mindful with Mal is geared towards anyone looking for an inexpensive and fresh recipe that will be great for your summer meal plans! Let me hear your feedback in the comments! And if you’d like to see more recipes in the future, please let me know! Bon Appetit!   Nothing feels more like summer than fresh ingredients mixed together in a tasty salad. I ...
Posted: Jul 10 2017 @ 6:58 PM
Tonight I’m bringing you a post that I guest wrote for Mallory at Mindful With Mal. She runs an awesome blog about frugality, fashion and food–a little something for everyone on there! So, please hop on over here, check out my post and poke around her site. You won’t be disappointed! The post Practicing This One Skill Can Really Save You Money appeared first on Slay Your Budget. ...
Posted: Jul 03 2017 @ 10:14 PM
The path to financial freedom is forged by decreasing expenses and increasing income. But when you don’t have the time or inclination to take on additional hands-on jobs, you might want to consider streams of passive income. Passive income is defined as money that continues to flow regularly with little effort to maintain. So, you may put in a ton of work in the beginning, but then the money starts ...
Posted: Jun 12 2017 @ 10:33 PM
I’m back from the Memorial Day break with a new post. I’m excited to share that tonight’s post was accepted as a guest piece on one of the largest personal finance blogs on the web, One Cent at a Time! Please click through here to read my latest about defining worth. If you enjoy it, please give it a share! Be sure to drop me your feedback in the comments ...
Posted: Jun 01 2017 @ 10:16 PM
  How much of your income should you live on? And what does the budget break down look like? The answers may vary from household to household based on individual circumstances, but let’s discuss some generalized percentages as a framework to start from. According to a survey conducted last year by the Federal Reserve Board, when faced with a $400 emergency, 47% of Americans could not come up with the ...
Posted: May 22 2017 @ 8:16 PM
This post contains affiliate links. I never recommend something I have not used myself. All opinions and experiences are 100% mine.   Who doesn’t love easy money? There’s not much better than making some fast cash utilizing the wonderful world of technology. Money making and money saving apps are some of my favorite ways to bring in a little extra dough. But which ones are worth the time and storage ...
Posted: May 19 2017 @ 9:56 PM

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