- BudgetPulse – A basic free manual budgeting tool.
- BudgetSimple – Another free budgeting option.
- Buxfer – Sync all of your accounts together – try for free.
- EveryDollar – Dave Ramsey’s awesome free monthly budgeting system.
- Goodbudget – A basic envelope system app to track purchases.
- YNAB – Extremely popular budgeting software. Not free, but worth paying for.
- Betterment – An easy way to do automatic investing.
- Financhill – Great information on individual stocks.
- Motif – Automated invested by different sectors.
- Personal Capital – Your finance headquarters. Link accounts, see your net worth and more.
- TD Ameritrade – A great place to open an IRA or a 529 for your kid’s education.
- USAA – The best bank if you have any military affiliation whatsoever.
- Yahoo Finance – Financial reports for companies all in one place.
- AnnualCreditReport.com – The only place to get a free annual credit report, from each bureau.
- Credit Karma – A free monthly TransUnion credit score.
- Credit Sesame – A free monthly Experian credit score.
- USAA Credit Cards – They have some of the best, safest credit cards available.
- AliExpress – A great place to get many of the things you buy for crazy cheap.
- Amazon – You already shop there; shopping through this link helps support this site.
- eBay – Don’t forget about eBay. Always compare prices with eBay.
- New Egg – A great place for computers and electronics.
- Sonic Electronix – My favorite place to buy any car audio equipment.
- Tiger Direct – Another awesome place to price-compare electronics.
- Balanced – My second choice to Productive App (below). Still looks great.
- Habitica – Awesome game-style system for habits, to-dos and dallies.
- Habit List – Track habits and see your progress.
- Momentum – Great habit tracking app, with a beautiful interface.
- Productive App – My favorite basic habit tracking app.
- Sessions – Habit track and timer app.
- Streaks – Focuses on a few key habits and builds them up.
- GoTasks – Create multiple task lists for free. Syncs with Google Calendar.
- Habitica – Makes an awesome task manager too.
- Remember The Milk – Another great option I’ve used in the past.
- Wunderlist – A great overall organization tool.
- 33 Series – This is only the first volume, but this entire series is life changing. It’s full of new informative that I had never heard. It covers all kinds of ways to break through and become the man you were meant to be.
- American Heritage Series – David Barton dives into American history, and it’s unbelievably fascinating. No other history series has been as informative and entertaining as this. I’ve met David Barton before, and he is a walking historical encyclopedia.
- Financial Peace University – Dave Ramsey’s entire DVD seminar. I’ve been through this seminar, watching the series on my own twice, and taught it a few times. This is foundational to your financial health.
- Anthony's Almond Flour – Delicious all-natural almond flour/meal, and the price isn’t too bad either.
- Anthony's Coconut Flour – All-natural organic coconut flour. Tastes great and a good price.
- Bob's Red Mill Xanthan Gum – My favorite thickener with 0 net carbohydrates.
- NOW Foods Erythritol – My favorite sugar alcohol on the market. It doesn’t tend to have all of the negative effects on people’s stomach like xylitol does, and I think it tastes much better.
- NOW Foods Psyllium Husk Powder – Awesome for baked goods, and great for your bowels.
- Sweet Leaf Liquid Stevia – A great sweetener, especially when mixed with erythritol.
- Osprey Child Carrier – This is the best of the best when it comes to hiking child-carrier backpacks. It’s extremely comfortable for you and your child. It has a lot of additional storage, and the main storage compartment comes off and turns into a small backpack for your child. It also had a spot for a hydration bladder.
- Water/Hydration Bladder – Cheap, high quality hydration bladder to put inside your hiking backpack.
- Aeropress – My favorite way to make a cup of coffee. You can make it as strong or weak as you like, and it’s easy to take with you.
- Vitamix – We bought one after noticing how many smoothie companies use them on a daily basis. It’s easy to use, easy to clean, and it will last forever from what we can tell.
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