How we react to bad things that happen is the true definition of who we are. Daisy shows that by learning to turn a negative situation into a more positive experience, we become stronger and more adaptable.
With America’s “fee” system that punishes poor people, here’s how one small financial setback can spiral into an inescapable disaster, and some tips for digging your way out.
Being broke is hard. Telling your kids is even harder. But if you’re honest with them, you can teach them some incredibly important life lessons.
There is one brutal truth about poverty that most people who aren’t experiencing it refuse to believe. And that truth is that it can happen to anyone. Especially now.
Anyone can have a financial emergency. It’s what you do to bail yourself out of it that determines if the problem will be ongoing or if you’ll recover quickly.
You’ve just lost your job! Whether it was expected or not, the first steps you take can help you survive until you get a new source of income.
Extreme poverty is becoming more common. If you’re in a desperate situation and you can’t pay your bills, here’s how to prioritize in order to survive.
This isn’t advice for folks who are just down a few hundred bucks a month. It’s for people who are truly desperate to stay housed and fed.
Sometimes money problems can linger because people believe certain fallacies to be true. Here are 7 lies that perpetually broke people tell themselves about money.
“Cheap Eats” are thrifty unglamorous meals that are reasonably filling, quick to make, (cooking utilities add up too), and less than a dollar per serving.
If you’ve got more month than money, here are 50 tasty ways to eat the food in your pantry when you can’t go buy groceries.
Do you enjoy saving a buck more than most people? Here are 25 signs that you might be a frugal living rock star! How many of them apply to you?