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Blonde and Balanced
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A fake blonde trying to find a real balance between spending and saving.
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Skin fasting is one of trendiest new beauty routines out there. It takes the concept of fasting and extends it to the skin. In other words, you’re supposed to take a short break from all of your various beauty products. The fact that this is so trendy right now makes me smile. That’s because I’ve […] The post Skin Fasting: Stop Buying Beauty Products appeared first on Blonde & Balanced. ...
Posted: Mar 20 2019 @ 11:36 PM
If you don’t have any credit, you’ve probably figured out it’s hard to establish it without getting approved for a loan or credit card. After all, who wants to loan you money before you’ve proven to the world that you can pay it back? Likewise, if you have bad credit, you may have learned the […] The post Self Lender: Credit Builder Loan Review appeared first on Blonde & Balanced. ...
Posted: Mar 19 2019 @ 10:53 PM
It’s time to do an underwear subscription review. These days, you can order just about anything by subscription. You sign up. Sometimes you select a plan from a list of options. Then a company ships you a box, usually arriving monthly. When it arrives, it’s almost like a little surprise. What better surprise to receive […] The post Underwear Subscription Review: Best Options for Getting Panties in the Mail appeared first ...
Posted: Mar 18 2019 @ 8:07 PM
I recently read “The Financial Diet,” a book by Chelsea Fagan, co-founder of the popular personal finance blog of the same name. The subtitle is, “A Total Beginner’s Guide to Getting Good with Money.” Although it’s intended for beginners, it has a wealth of tips and suggestions. I found that I learned a lot, going […] The post 5 Things I Learned From Reading The Financial Diet Book appeared first on ...
Posted: Mar 13 2019 @ 8:06 PM
Everyone should take personal finance classes. Honestly, I wish that they offered them in both high school and college. Unfortunately, most schools don’t provide this important education. Therefore, we have to seek it out for ourselves. Of course, you have to balance the cost of the class with the value of what you learn. After […] The post Free Personal Finance Classes to Increase your Money Savvy appeared first on Blonde ...
Posted: Mar 04 2019 @ 7:17 PM
Lately, it seems like all of the personal finance blogs that I follow are posting a Daily Income Method review. This made me curious. What is this thing? Why do people seem to have such strong opinions on it? I did some digging, and here is what I found. What is the Daily Income Method? […] The post Daily Income Method Review: Is It a Scam? appeared first on Blonde & ...
Posted: Feb 27 2019 @ 10:38 PM
The #10YearChallenge started as a Facebook Meme. The idea was that you would post a photo of you ten years ago and a photo of you today. However, as with all social media trends, this took off in many different directions. Some of the variations on the #10YearChallenge are hilarious. Others are ridiculous. More importantly, […] The post Embrace the #10YearChallenge to Save Money appeared first on Blonde & Balanced. ...
Posted: Feb 21 2019 @ 8:10 PM
I’ve personally read many Purple Mattress vs. Casper review articles. Let’s face it; choosing a new bed is hard. Choosing the right bed from an online catalog is even more challenging. Therefore, we really have to rely on reviews to get a good sense of what’s right for us. For full disclosure, I chose a Purple […] The post Purple Mattress vs. Casper Review appeared first on Blonde & Balanced. ...
Posted: Feb 20 2019 @ 12:25 AM
The media sure has a lot of opinions when it comes to millennials and money. Most of that news hasn’t been too favorable. Just watch the recent Fyre Fraud documentaries to see a common perspective on hyper-privileged youth willing to spend a fortune on experiences based solely on social media promotion. Even general reports tend […] The post Millennials and Finances: Research Shows Millennials are Financially Responsible appeared first on Blonde ...
Posted: Feb 15 2019 @ 4:18 AM
It’s never too early to start thinking about what you can do to retire early. Even if you end up working well into your later years, you’ll have set yourself up for a lifetime of security, enjoyment, and success. Of course, the steps that you’ll take to prepare for retirement differ from one decade to […] The post What to Do in Your 20s if You Want to Retire Early appeared ...
Posted: Feb 13 2019 @ 11:53 PM


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