There are many small changes you can make to change your life and improve your health and your finances. Here are some common ones you can change this year.
Losing weight has a lot in common with keeping a budget. There are important lessons to be learned that can apply to both your fitness and finances.
Do you have a few (or more) extra pounds to lose after the holidays? Do you know you should lose weight for your health, but find yourself without motivation? The Diet Bet might be for you.
Knowing where we have been, and how long it took to get there, can help us all set realistic goals that are more likely to be accomplished in the new year.
Working out in your home gym, or in the great outdoors can be a much more cost effective and frugal option for many. Here’s why.
Taking care of your health is important, not only for your quality of life, but because of how being unhealthy can rob you of future wealth. Consider the financial ways poor health can affect you.
Working out at home can be a cost effective way to cut costs on your gym membership, even if there is a higher initial cost. Here’s a look at what we use to stay fit.
Recently, I have been noticing an interesting relationship between what is necessary for physical fitness and for financial fitness. This is not to say that everyone who is physically fit is also financially fit, but those who have overcome weight struggles have the proven skills necessary to manage their finances. Also, those who manage their finances […]
A couple of days ago I posted about how I was going to be joining the 100 Push-Up Challenge that so many other bloggers have embarked upon in the last week or so. On Monday I completed day 1 of the challenge, and so far so good! I haven’t buckled under the pressure… yet. I […]