If you’ve ever had to clean up trash that’s been scattered by some animal – or you’re tired of the smell and visual clutter – you’ve probably wondered if there was an easy way to hide your outdoor trash bin.
Sure, you could hide your trash can(s) in the garage, but who wants to wade through an awful stench just to get to their car?
Without question, it’s important to always have a budget. And any financial advisor worth his or her salt will tell you that you need to create an emergency fund.
You know…the one where you’ve set aside three to six months (at a minimum) of living expenses?
Machines eventually break down. Friction, heat, and other forces gradually wear them down until one day, they stop working.
When they do, the cost of getting them up and running again can wreck your budget. 40% of us can’t afford to cover a $400 emergency. And given what’s going on with the Coronavirus, that number is only going to increase.
There’s no question, a large home can be a great choice for many families, but the energy and expense of maintaining a large home can grow burdensome for some individuals.