Food Finance: How To Grow Your Own Food

Food finance and food insecurity are relatively new terms that are quickly becoming more familiar. The average American family spends $800.00 to $1,000.00 a month on groceries, and food prices are expected to keep rising. Knowing how to grow your own food is a great way to put some of that money back into your pocket.Continue Reading

Business Saving: Reducing Your Business’s Energy Bill

When you are in business for yourself, you are always looking for ways to reduce your business cost. There are many ways to do this without reducing the quality of service or products that your customer receives. Continue Reading

eWriting: Self Publishing Your Own Book For Cash

There are thousands of people that have found a way to make good money by publishing e-books and by using e-writing. E-writing is the wave of the future when it comes to writing and selling books. There are many things that a person has to keep in mind when they are deciding on publishing their e-writing. The first thing is that a person has to be willing to invest the time and effort into writing their own book.Continue Reading

Budgeting Basics: What to Cut First From Your Budget

Starting in 2008, the United States and eventually the rest of the world experienced a drastic economic downturn. As a result, many families went from living on two incomes to living on just one. Many individuals, who were in high-paying jobs became victims of layoffs, and they were only able to find employment at lower paying jobs. For this reason, millions of families around the world are trying to figure out how to live on less money. This requires making budget and cutting things from the budget. If you are in this situation, you are probably wondering what to cut first from your budget.Continue Reading