Posts by The Svens
Written by The Svens.
When most people think of saving money, they think it means frugality, thriftiness, cutting down on stuff. In short: less fun. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
We asked some of our contributors to share their money stories, to reflect on their relationship with money and how they might want to #startover. These are some of the excerpts.
Value is in the eye of the beholder. But what influences the beholder in their perceptions?
Say. Did you know that you can invest money through 22seven? And did you know there’s a bunch of reasons why you might want to do it here rather than, well, anywhere else? No? Well then, read on…
Could things be as they were right at the beginning, when you earned your first salary? And how? We’d like to offer some answers. #startover
PUT YOUR MONEY INTO ENVELOPES (SERIOUSLY). Allocating specific amounts to each week or category used to be a good way for people to stop themselves from overspending. And starving. Here’s the 21st century version.
REDUCE YOUR CATEGORY COUNT. To see how fat your spending really is on some things, you might try putting your categories on diet. Here’s how.
HAPPINESS IS A WARM BUN. You can use 22seven to see how much of your money you’re spending on things that make you happy (and on things that make you sad). Here’s how.
22seven isn’t all things to all people, but it is lots of things to lots of people. Here are some of the ways to use 22seven that you may not have thought of.
We’re told we have awesome offices. Here’s what they look like.