It might seem a little too early to start thinking about 2020, but, let’s admit it, life is a blur from Thanksgiving until New Year’s.  As it can be real easy to primarily focus on the negativity around us, there are still lots of blessings that many of us canContinue Reading

This post may contain affiliate links or links from our sponsors. If you’re like me, you’re 401k is a “set it and forget it” account. I know money goes into the account every paycheck. But, I don’t have the time or desire to watch the performance and make sure IContinue Reading

The previous weekend was a sad moment in the Money Buffalo as we said farewell to a figurative member of the family for the past 4 years and 10 months.  My dream car.  A 6-speed 2012 Mustang GT.  We didn’t need the money and the last loan payment was madeContinue Reading

Practicing healthy eating habits is challenging for many Americans. When you add the restrictions of a budget to that task, if often gets even harder. It seems like unhealthy foods are always the cheapest and most convenient. It’s hard to make good choices while shopping that don’t break the bank.Continue Reading

It may seem like a distant memory, but the effects of the housing market crash are still felt. While things are looking good for housing prices now, you shouldn’t make major real estate purchases without doing some serious homework first. You never really know what will happen, so when financingContinue Reading