This past weekend, I really, really, wanted brunch. I’m a huge fan of brunch, because every brunch food you could ever think of fall under the category of “my favorite foods.”
So the day that everyone loves (or possibly dreads) is coming up this weekend, which means it’s time to make plans. For the couples AND the singles, I think it’s hard to plan something fun but also keep the night relatively on budget. Trust me, my boyfriend is excited over the fact that I’m totally 100% okay for him cooking a meal for me and spending a night in because one, it’s cheap, and two, it’s way less stressful. So I figured for all of you who need some ideas for plans this weekend, whether dating or single, here are a few to get the ball rolling.
Maybe you’ve heard it, maybe you haven’t, but the concept of minimalism has been a popular one in a world that prides on materialism and self-gratification. People around the globe are adopting minimalist values in all types of forms. Whether it be style, interior design, or even household or personal possessions, it has become a popular fad to chose the phrase “less is more.” This trend is especially true for millennials.
In a world full of Buzzfeed quizzes and “10 Reasons To Why Elite Daily Rules,” finding free quality reads for millennials is hard to come by. As the millennial generation starts to seriously enter the workforce, it seems they crave advice when it comes to more responsible matters such as career, finances, wellness, and even news. Goldman Sachs put together an extensive media development about millennials and focused on matters that millennials are starting to care about, and having quality publications to turn to is going to be powerful in the development of this generation.
Another series that I’m excited to present to you this week is Debunked. Basically, I’m going to pick a few of my favorite items to buy (maybe food, clothes, house decor, etc) and see if I can try and create the same for a cheaper price. Although I love buying the things that I do, such as a Non-Fat Vanilla Latte before my night class, it’s a bit of a reality check when I compare the price to a homemade version.
So first for the series, as told, is a 12-ounce Non-Fat Vanilla Latte.
So by now, if you’re still with me, I’m sure you have established a budget for this year. If you have not, be sure to set one up! Even if you absolutely hate budgeting, I promise you that setting at least this responsibility in your life is going to change how you think about money. My heart behind this blog is to show you that saving money does not diminish our quality of life. Honestly, saving money and keeping track of our finances will only increase our quality of life because we won’t be constantly worrying about being in debt and reckless spending.