Fabulously Broke

Fabulously Broke

Fabulously Broke (FB) is a twenty-something year old consultant who got out of $60,000 of debt in 18 months. She blogs at Fabulously Broke in the City, which is a lifestyle blog with a hint of money talk and at The Everyday Minimalist which is all about living with less, but only with the best.

In her spare time when she isn't blogging, sleeping or eating, she's thinking about it.

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  1. 5 Tips For Saving Money On Wedding Gifts
    Personal Finance

    5 Tips For Saving Money On Wedding Gifts

    Check out these practical and thrifty ways to celebrate a wedding without wringing out your wallet.
  2. Run Your Budget Like A Business
    Budgeting

    Run Your Budget Like A Business

    Here are a few business tricks that you can apply to your own budget, and start saving.
  3. 5 Signs Your Coupon Habit Has Gone Too Far
    Personal Finance

    5 Signs Your Coupon Habit Has Gone Too Far

    Saving money is great, but some people take coupon clipping to the extreme with detrimental consequences.
  4. 6 Actions That Will Devastate Your Career
    Professionals

    6 Actions That Will Devastate Your Career

    Just showing up and doing your job often isn't enough - these tips will help you stay in your workplace's good books.
  5. 3 Ways Social Media Can Wreck Your Career
    Professionals

    3 Ways Social Media Can Wreck Your Career

    We look at some ways that social media can get you in trouble, and some people who lost their jobs for these mistakes.
  6. 5 Easy Ways To Cut Your Expenses
    Budgeting

    5 Easy Ways To Cut Your Expenses

    Cutting your household expenses doesn't have to be painful. Start with simple changes rather than doing everything all at once.
  7. Is Coupon Clipping A Waste Of Time?
    Budgeting

    Is Coupon Clipping A Waste Of Time?

    Coupons reduce the cost of a product or service, but are the savings really worth the time it takes?
  8. Unique Insurance Policies You Should Consider
    Home & Auto

    Unique Insurance Policies You Should Consider

    You may have basic insurance plans for your car and your home, but check out these unusual – but still practical options.
  9. 4 Career-Boosting Social Media Moves
    Professionals

    4 Career-Boosting Social Media Moves

    Learn how to use social media sites like Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook, to find job opportunities or to advance your own career.
  10. 5 Tough Interview Questions And How To Answer Them
    Professionals

    5 Tough Interview Questions And How To Answer Them

    Don't get caught unprepared when your prospective employer throws these questions at you in the interview.
  11. Why Financial New Year's Resolutions Fail
    Personal Finance

    Why Financial New Year's Resolutions Fail

    We look at the reasons it's hard to stick with your financial resolutions and ways to make them work.
  12. Creating A Customized Resume
    Professionals

    Creating A Customized Resume

    If you think the one-page resume rule limits you to a boring, constrained list of past jobs, you'll be surprised by these unique resume ideas.
  13. Financial Resolutions For 2011
    Personal Finance

    Financial Resolutions For 2011

    Each year we resolve to manage our money better, only to find that life gets in the way. Learn strategies for making a financial plan that you can keep the whole year through.
  14. Holiday Budget 2010: How Do You Stack Up?
    Budgeting

    Holiday Budget 2010: How Do You Stack Up?

    From presents to food to decorations, Christmas costs can pile up. Find out the amount of a typical holiday budget.
  15. Smart Money Moves For The End Of The Year
    Budgeting

    Smart Money Moves For The End Of The Year

    These are four things you need to get in order before the New Year. If you haven't done them yet, the clock is ticking.
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