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3 Tips on Regaining Control Over Your Personal Finance

Between bills, monthly expenses, and loan repayments, it is easy to lose control over your personal finances. Many financial experts believe that it is much more difficult to maintain control over your personal finances once you start using more than 30% of your monthly income...
Posted On 26 Jun 2017

The Single Girl’s Guide to Living More Simply

We often make our lives more complicated than they need to be, and decluttering our lifestyle can provide room for opportunities you never imagined. If you’re a single woman, you have an especially bountiful garden of possibilities for your life and home. Instead of staying...
Posted On 26 Jun 2017

Vaping and E-Cigs – Your Guide to the Must-Try Flavors of 2017

E-cigarettes and vaping is a growing market with more and more people showing interest in the products. With that said, manufacturers have been stepping up as of late by concocting all kinds of exciting and new flavors for people to sample. Whether you’re into sweet, fruity,...
Posted On 22 Jun 2017

Goodbye Roommates: 4 Ways To Become More Self-Sufficient When Living On Your Own

During college and the years immediately following, it may be both fun and convenient to live with one or more other people. However, at some point, you will want your privacy and independence. Fortunately, there are a variety of tasks that you can learn on your own to make your...
Posted On 01 Jun 2017

Where’s the Beer: The Do’s and Don’ts of Wine Tasting Events and Winery Tours

You’ve heard the fuss over dinner with friends about the great time they had while taking a wine tour. You’re on board, yet you’ve never done it before. Naturally, you don’t want to seem in the dark about what takes place at wine tasting events and tours. Do Hire a Driver...
Posted On 31 May 2017

4 Types Of Service You Should Have In Your Emergency Contacts

The unexpected always seems to happen, so it’s always a good idea to prepare for it as best you can. With cell phones, it’s now easier than ever to store contact information for people or services you might need to get ahold of during a pinch. Wondering what kinds of...
Posted On 30 May 2017

Summer is Here and Sodapalooza FREE Refills Are Here Just In Time!!!

This post brought to you RaceTrac. Content and opinions expressed below are that of Your Life After 25. This year has been breezing by and Summer is FINALLY here! There are so many reasons I love the Summer; barbecues, the beach and of course Sodapalooza! This year I intend to...
Posted On 25 May 2017

Coming of Age Comfortably: Financial Smarts for the 30-Something Crowd

It’s never too soon to start planning your financial future. Even if you are still in your thirties, you could be well on your way to financial security if you start planning now. There are many things you can start doing right now that will help to secure your financial...
Posted On 25 May 2017

What to Do When Your Bills Become Too Much to Handle

There are times in everyone’s life when it becomes difficult or impossible to keep up with monthly debt payments. If you do miss a payment, you could be hit with late fees or higher interest charges in the future, which makes even harder to stay current on a debt. What are...

3 Ways to Plan a Party Menu on a Budget

The spring and summer months are ideal for arranging parties, get-togethers and enjoying great food. Though there is nothing better than getting together with a bunch of friends and enjoying a fabulous BBQ party, costs also need to be considered. Party food and drinks can add up...
Posted On 19 May 2017

Bash Of The Year: Ingenious Strategies For Holding The Ultimate Casino Night

It’s a good bet that guests will enjoy your next party with a casino night theme. From black and red decorations to fun foods that you would normally find in a casino, there are several ideas that you can use to make the party a success and one that is remembered for months...
Posted On 19 May 2017

Lifestyle Creep: How to Keep Your Career From Ruining Your Future Finances

Lifestyle creep is what happens when your standard of living ‘creeps’ up with your discretionary income (i.e. you get a raise), as coined by financial planner Michael Kitces. It can be a problem when instead of prudently saving or adhering to a budget, you start living outside of...
Posted On 12 May 2017