Tag: how to save money

5 Ways Psychology Helps You Save Money

5 Ways Psychology Helps You Save Money

In the past decades therapy has started to get more popular and psychologists are called to help people navigate the […]

7 Smart Ways to Reduce Your Car Insurance Expenses

It’s fair to say that many of us resent having to pay for car insurance. It’s like betting that something […]

Affordable Alternatives to Wood Flooring

When you consider what kind of flooring options to use for your home, sooner or later you will hear or […]

Three Financial Moves to Make at the Beginning of the New Year

Keeping our financial situation solid and sustainable is a worthwhile goal for anyone. Yet even the simplest personal budgets are […]

Guide on How to Handle Your Personal Finance

Finance management is one thing that a lot of people are unable to do. There are so many temptations all […]

Striking the Right Balance

When you’re frugal and you save and invest in order to get yourself free from both debt and from the […]

What’s the Fastest Way for a Housewife to Save 20,000?

I have just studied my Analytics and this was one of the things someone searched for: “fastest way for a […]

How to Save Money for Christmas from September

I can’t believe it’s that time of the year, AGAIN. Well, time flies, that’s for sure. The good thing about […]

Made It Big at the Casino? Find Out How to Best Manage Your Money

The stats are worrying, whether your fortune comes from playing the Casino or winning the lottery, chances are in few […]

Saving Money: So What’s Wrong with the Starbucks Latte?

In the personal finance world you’ll probably notice that many authors talk about ditching the morning latte as a part […]

Saving money vs. saving time when it comes to caring for a newborn

Having a child is one of the most life-changing experiences for a couple and it will pose quite some challenges, […]

Six easy ways to cut back on costs and save for your retirement

No matter what stage of life you’re in, it’s never too early to start saving for your retirement. In fact, […]

New Year’s Resolutions: 2013 and now 2014

Back in January 2013 I presented how the past year has treated us. 2012 was important for me since it […]

Best personal finance articles on DojoBlog in 2013

Most of 2013 on DB was pretty quiet, but in the past few months we had a lot of personal […]

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