Tiller Money Blog

Spending Money Spreadsheet
June 5, 2019

See How Much Money You Have Left to Spend via Google Sheets

The Spending Money Google Sheet simplifies budgeting by showing how much money you have to spend without dipping into funds for fixed expenses like utilities.

Transform Your Relationship With Money
May 20, 2019

This 1% Will Transform Your Relationship With Money

There is one transformative financial goal that transcends circumstances and is universally relevant. Simply put: become more aware of your spending.

Science of Better Spending Habits
May 16, 2019

The Science of Making Better Spending Habits

Yes you can make better spending habits. Here's how to make a systematic plan to increase your odds of success, with tips from the latest science of the brain.

Use These One-Click Settings to More Easily Track Amazon Spending
March 21, 2019

How to More Easily Categorize Your Amazon Spending

Here's how to easily track your Amazon spending by using two one-click profiles connected to a single Tiller-powered Google Spreadsheet.

Vote With Dollars
December 27, 2018

You Can Change the World When You Change Your Spending

With your dollars, you express your values. The daily votes you make as you spend are profound, impactful, and shape the world around us in significant ways.

November 5, 2018

Does More Than One Really Make Life Better?

We’re all somewhat hardwired to want more, more, more even when we have enough or even more than enough.

November 3, 2017

Add a Spending Pie Chart to Your Budget Spreadsheet

Add a little color to your Budget spreadsheet! This quick tutorial walks you through the steps for adding a spending pie chart to a Google Sheet.

Financial Journey Milestones for 34 - 55-Year-Olds
September 1, 2017

Time or Money: Which Has Greater Value for My Happiness?

Money can't buy happiness, right? In this post we explore how our values around time and money intersect and how maybe, if it's spent the right way, money can buy us a little more happiness. 

March 26, 2017

Money Goals and the Real Cost of That Next $100 Purchase

After his dog destroyed his favorite sweater, Peter begins to reflect on the opportunity cost of that $100 spent to replace it. He shares some insights about how to think about opportunity cost so you can make your money work toward your #1 goal.