A massive part of becoming debt free is controlling your spending habits. It’s easy to say, but incredibly difficult to actually do.
Back when we were in debt, spending money without thought was normal. We bought what we wanted, regardless of whether we could afford it or not. Spending money thoughtlessly was intertwined into our DNA. Continue reading
Valentine’s Day has a habit of carrying a hefty price tag. The worst part of Valentine’s Day is the debt that is accrued in the name of love!
A debt-free Valentine’s Day can be fun and cost effective. Don’t fall for the sales pitches that every kiss begins with debt, or that you need to bring home a Range Rover with a 10 foot ribbon on top. Seriously, who brings home a new vehicle as a gift?? Continue reading
Recently at work, one of my coworkers approached me about her finances. She started talking about how her husband’s 401k had been taking a beating.
I laughed and said “Yea”…we’ve been trying to not pay attention to the market because we recently started to invest a lot post tax and it sucks knowing you’re losing money temporarily.
Out of the blue, she comes back with, “How much do you invest each month, WAIT… that was rude.” I literally laughed out loud and said, “No, no it’s ok… I actually love talking about this stuff”. Continue reading
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! Continue reading
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