Saving Over $2,000 A Year With Republic Wireless Review – How Much Money Could You Save?

Saving Over $2,000 A Year With Republic Wireless Review - How Much Money Could You Save?Have you ever heard of Republic Wireless? If you haven’t, you definitely need to continue reading this Republic Wireless review, especially if you are paying anything over $50 a month for your current phone bill.

I first heard about Republic Wireless last summer when I was reading a Republic Wireless review. I was shocked by how cheap their prices were, and they’re even cheaper now.

We spend around $25 a month on each phone from Republic Wireless and it comes with unlimited talk, text, and wi-fi. There are even cheap cell phone plans as low as $5 a month.

Yes, FIVE DOLLAR CELL PHONE PLANS!

This is much better than the $225 we used to pay for our phone service each month through AT&T.

Yes, this is an affiliate post by the way. If you are interested in skipping my review but you want to try Republic Wireless right at this moment, please click on my affiliate link. It’s very appreciated and it helps me create other reviews just like with this Republic Wireless review! :)

[Read more…]

It’s Your Money, Who Am I To Judge?

It's Your Money, Who Am I To Judge?Earlier this month, I came across the article It’s my money and I’ll spend it how I want to. As soon as I was done reading it, I knew I had to do a follow up to it.

I’m in agreement with the author – I don’t care what others spend their money on, and I wish others didn’t care about what I spend my money on.

As long as you can afford whatever you are buying (I’m assuming you don’t have $200,000 in credit card debt and are not still buying useless garbage – but, wait, is that judging right there? Yes, I guess I just judged), who cares (as long as it’s not illegal of course)?

People are usually rather quick to judge another person. I’m not going to lie – I have judged others too quickly and have regretted it many times in the past. Also, as a personal finance blogger, I have seen a lot of financial mistakes and sometimes it’s hard not to judge. Sometimes the answer is so clearly there but how do you tell a person? [Read more…]

Do You Really Need That MASSIVE House?

Do You Really Need That MASSIVE House?A few weeks ago I published the article Would You Move To A Completely New Place? In it I mentioned that we have put the home-buying process on hold, and we plan on staying in our current house for at least a few more years.

We have put it on hold because we don’t know where we want to live. However, that doesn’t mean that we stopped looking at houses.

I am definitely a crazy person and I probably look at houses on Realtor.com and Zillow at least once a week.

It’s a habit and an obsession…

To backtrack: We bought our current house when we were 20. We weren’t making a lot of money back then, but the market was great for buyers and we needed a place to live, so we decided to buy (we, of course, thought about other things as well). We like our home and it will do for the next few years, but I also don’t see it as our forever home. [Read more…]