This system works whether you’re sharing all your food 50/50 with a partner, or just splitting staples with your roommates. Put it to work to help simplify your sharing, sans joint accounts.
Learn from my mistakes! For years, my emergency fund was my “everything” fund, and because of that, it never got up to anything close to a reasonable amount of money. Here’s what I did wrong.
There was a very good reason I bought my first car in cash, and to be honest, it wasn’t that I was really adamantly against debt. It was much more boring and practical.
This is the post that started a big part of what I believe is the most powerful thing you can do for your money: it’s the first month I ever tracked my spending.
I’m so glad that I finally invested my money, even if I did choose pretty much the worst week to do it. Here’s why that doesn’t matter to me, even though I “lost” money.