The journey to financial wellness is one filled with all sorts of new discoveries. Once you commit to turning your financial life around, you’ll discover more about yourself, such as your true needs and wants. You’ll also figure out some interesting and simple cost-saving strategies—or personal financial hacks—that you can carry with you for life. Here are some of our favorite things you can do to improve your financial life and save money.
Black Friday sometimes seems over-rated. Why leave the comfort of your own home when you can do all your shopping online during Cyber Monday? Here are some tips to make the most of your spree. Happy shopping!
Prepare Your Checkout Codes in Advance
Imagine this: you’re finally ready to checkout and the clock is ticking down. You forgot to check for a promo code and find yourself frantically googling one. By the time you are able to finish checking out, the product SELLS OUT! Don’t let this be you. Save yourself from this frustration by doing a little bit of preparation beforehand. For a comprehensive list of offers and coupon codes, click here.
The rookie mistake of most Black Friday shoppers is entering the battlefield without a strategy. Here we provide you the intel so you can get the most bang for your buck.
Start Researching Early
Some stores already have their black Friday ads online. To check out a compilation of Black Friday ads, click here.
Know What to Buy
Not everything will be its cheapest on Black Friday. To maximize your savings, it's important to know what to buy immediately and what's better to wait for. Typically electronics, video games, entertainment, and home appliances are cheaper to buy during Black Friday. Toys and Christmas decorations are cheaper to buy closer to Christmas.