It’s a new month and a new opportunity to celebrate the best money spent. To kick off December, Mrs. Picky Pincher from Picky Pinchers stopped by to dish on why the debt on her home is her best money spent. Paint fumes and all… Continue reading “Picky Pinchers: Best Money Spent”
Ms. Montana from Montana Money Adventures is on the blog today sharing her take on the best money spent series. Last week, a good money test was spending in ways that gets you more bang for your buck. This week, Ms. Montana has a new way to determine your best money spent: the 2x test. Continue reading “Montana Money Advenures: Best Money Spent”
Since I started this series last month, we’ve celebrated everything from chocolate and hockey to concerts and backpacking. Today, Pennies and Dollars is here to share with us what he considers his best money spent this
month year. For him, it’s not just about spending well once. It’s about stretching dollars to get the most bang for your buck. Continue reading “Pennies and Dollars: Best Money Spent”
The list is growing! It started with sweet treats and plane tickets. Then, Matt added concerts and hockey. Now, Jacob from Power Over Life is here to remind us that strategic spending is the key to unlocking some of life’s greatest adventures. Here’s what he considers his best money spent: Continue reading “Power Over Life: Best Money Spent”
Last month, I thought long and hard about my best money spent. Because what’s life without chocolate? And it turns out relationships matter, too. While much of the conversations in personal finance focus on not spending, I figured it was time to shake things up. Matt from Optimize Your Life is here to help. Curious what he considers to be his best money spent? Read on! Continue reading “Optimize Your Life: Best Money Spent”
Personal finance is about spending. There. I said it. Of course, saving and investing matter. But so does spending. It’s all about making money work to meet our needs, fulfill our wants, and achieve our dreams.
While I could drum up a really romantic notion for this post about how the best money I’ve spent recently is the charitable giving that we do or even a thoughtful birthday present I purchased for my mother-in-law, I’m going to be a little bit more real and a lot more selfish. To help me become more comfortable spending some of my hard-earned dollars, I thought I’d take a closer look at what I bought this month that brought me joy. Continue reading “The Best Money I Spent This Month”