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I think frugality is great for some people. But I’m not one of those minimalists that believes you need to pinch every penny. In fact, I practice spending money in the areas of my life that will have the greatest impact on my happiness. So let’s have a discussion on spending money where it matters most.

I’ve been blogging on and off for about 10 years, first for fun and then for profit. I’ve done a ton of research about it and spent a good deal of money on courses and training. Here’s my list of favorite courses and books about how to make money blogging. I also have some tips and tricks to get you on the right track, as well as which programs have the training you need.

When I was in my 20s and didn’t know any better, I bought people presents with my credit card and then took a couple of months to pay the money back. It was incredibly stupid. Not only did I buy more than I could afford, but then I racked up interest charges while paying off the balance.

You can celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, or any other holiday without going into debt. This is gonna be a tough-love post, and it may make you angry. But it’s for your own good.

That’s because on average, Americans added over $1000 to their total debt from the holiday season in 2017. That is just crazy. So I want to offer some realistic alternatives to breaking the bank with your spending this season.