I remember when I used to eat a cup of pineapples for dinner every night because that’s all I could afford at the time. (Pineapples were deceptively cheap back then). When I couldn’t afford anything at all I’d just go to bed earlier than planned. Ah, the joys of being a broke millennial woman. I spent a large portion of my twenties living paycheck to paycheck and it wasn’t easy. There were so many times I cried because I didn’t know where the money to pay rent would come from. If you’re reading this, you’re probably seeking answers and I’m here to help. In the broke girls’ guide to budgeting, I’m gonna break down my tips and tricks to get you out of that paycheck to paycheck life!
Finance & Money Management
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Saving money has got to be one of the biggest issues a young adult or ANY adult can have. I struggled with this issue for so long because I never seemed to have money when I needed it and living paycheck to paycheck just made no sense to me anymore. I have also heard so many young adults complain that, on top of that, adulting, in general, is hard. I couldn’t agree more. Being an adult can be a difficult journey. You’re expected to have a job. It is expected that you know about saving money, planning budgets and keeping it real. Plus there is so much pressure to have your life together before you’re thirty.