There are TONS of credit cards out there! And if you must absolutely have one (Derek recommends going without one if you can), how do you know which one might be right for you?
Whenever I face a massive amount of choices, I use the process of elimination. For this article, I’ll show you how I narrow the number of credit card candidates so you can find the right credit card that works to your benefit. Let’s begin:
Qualities of the Right Credit Card?
Believe it or not, some cards actually begin charging you interest just a few days after you make a purchase (which is obviously not the right credit card for anyone). Most reputable credit card companies give you a month to pay off the debt. But not all cards. Avoid any card that begins charging interest within the first month. One example is the ever-so-spammy Credit One . . . → Read More: How to Choose the Right Credit Card
“But buying healthy foods is expensive!” – I hear people say that nearly every day. But it’s not true.
I understand where the notion originates. It is cheaper to buy Ramen Noodles than Quinoa ravioli. Thus, without putting in much effort, buying healthy is definitely more expensive than buying nasty processed food. But with a little planning, eating healthy foods can be cheap. What I’ll share in this post is how to eat healthy while staying on a budget. The fact is, I eat healthy on $75/month. It can be done.
Healthy Foods on a Tight Budget
What you want to do is aim to buy foods that are naturally cheap. This way, you don’t have to rely on coupons or sales. Here are healthy foods that are cheap to grow, therefore cheap to buy:
Carrots Red delicious apples Bananas Pumpkin Strawberries Oranges Grapes Peanuts/peanut butter Cottage cheese Canned vegetables . . . → Read More: Healthy Foods for a Tight Budget