Money leaks are silent, ninja like assassins of your pay check. Slowly sucking you dry, leaving you in a state of financial bewilderment. Where did our money go? We haven’t bought anything!
“Rule number one: Don’t lose money. Rule number two: Don’t forget rule number one.” -Warren Buffett- The great Warren Buffett has made billions by investing in the stock market, and one of his most famous quotes is relating to the fear of losing money. Let’s sit and think about that for a second… One of […]
It’s a pretty common story to hear that one person in a household is the saver, and one is the spender. Or, one person is trying really hard to get control of their family’s money, and the other person is out there just blindly buying crap because…“you can’t take it with ya”.
Millennial’s are pouring into the workforce. Educated, innovative, and ready to change the world. After spending 4+ years earning their degree, they expect to hit the ground running. Instead, many are met by a saturated market. Jobs aren’t readily available and if they are… the pay isn’t ideal to cover their massive student loan burden. […]
Who doesn’t love sushi?! Personally, I used to be disgusted at the thought of sushi. Luckily, I tried it and instantly fell in love!!
“You become what you think about all day long.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson This little financial blog turned 1 month old this week. Sitting down and writing two posts per week has afford me the opportunity to do a ton of soul searching. I didn’t expect to do so much self-reflection but, it’s been a […]
I’ve noticed that people tend to glorify their debt-free journey. Making it seem like a good time, I even saw a post relating it to visiting Disney. Well, now that I think about it… paying off debt is exactly like a trip to Disney. It’s filled with sweaty, angry adults trying to manage situations they […]
It wasn’t long ago that I thought the only way to have more money was to beat the game that is corporate America. I figured my life would just have to improve on an annual basis. We were drowning in $109,000 of debt and needed to find a way to save money so that we […]
5 Habits We Changed to Become Debt-Free The cold hard truth is that to become debt-free, it’s going to require life changes… There’s no way around it. Our habits and life decisions created debt and we had to change those habits in order to become debt-free.
Don’t forget to PIN this! Budgeting… The Wrong Way Recently I found some of my old budgeting tools and excel sheets. For years I had assumed I was good with money and that by writing a few bills down on paper I was budgeting…