Deanna Ritchie

Deanna Ritchie is a writer and editor at Due and several other sites. Specializing in content marketing, SEO, productivity, and helping others gain better financial insights.

Where Do You Go to Learn About Finances?

Recently on a cool and dreary Saturday, I decided to go all Marie Kondo to my bedroom closet. During this process, I came across a photo album containing pics from high school. Naturally, that sent me down memory lane. I’m not going to bore you with all the details. But, I began reflecting on my […]

spend less for less stress

I don’t think that anyone plans on digging themselves into a massive debt-hole. But, sometimes, there are unexpected emergencies that you have to address that will drain your savings. Other times you can’t control your spontaneous spending, or you just really need to get that new shiny object, like a new iPhone. Sometimes spending isn’t […]

financially prepared

Entering 2020, I was amped. I had booked a trip to visit friends who I hadn’t seen in years. There were tickets to concerts, baseball games, and RSVPs for weddings. My calendar was getting full, but I was looking forward to everything that I had scheduled. Obviously, by the spring, those plans were scrapped. What’s […]

savings plan relieve stress

Money may not buy you happiness. But it certainly can improve your life mainly because it ensures that you have your basic needs met. I know what I’m saying — I’ve lived with and without money, then repeated that cycle. You don’t want to be in retirement without savings built up. When you have enough […]

savings habits

Over the weekend I was thinking about future travel plans. There are so many places that I would love to visit. But, that’s just not feasible if I don’t buckle down and step-up my savings game. The best place to start saving money is with small, everyday habits. After a while, these habits will become […]

117 Birthday Freebies

No matter how old you are, you’re still supposed to get presents on your birthday — it’s a rule. Not really, but hopefully, your friends and family have showered you with gifts. But, did you also know that there are hundreds of restaurants and retailers who will also hook you up on your special day, […]

Senior Discounts

Even as a child, I enjoyed spending time with my grandparents and aunties. Maybe I’m an anomaly. But, I loved hearing their stories and the wisdom that they shared — particularly when it came to money. My grandparents enjoyed the fruits of their labor. They were also incredibly generous. At the same time, they never […]

healthcare workers freebies

Like so many of you reading this article — I have a soft spot for healthcare workers. Whenever I’ve fallen ill throughout my life they have treated me with kindness and respect. Personally, I have several friends and family members who selflessly serve others as a healthcare worker. Because of the fantastic healthcare I have […]

101 Discounts for High School Students

Are you a parent fighting to stick to your budget? If not, are you a high school student learning the basics of financial responsibility? If so, you can achieve either goal by using the following 101 discounts. Banking and Finance 1. Capital One MONEY If you’re a parent wanting to teach your child how to […]

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