I’ve written a few blog posts about finances (here, here and here) and thought a check-in would be appropriate. Since embarking on our financial journey in late 2019, we’ve made some progress on paying off debt. For instance, we used our tax refund money to send a large payment to the joint credit card and … More FIRE Movement Check-in
Hello, I wrote a blog post over on House of Lilac about “How to Spent FSA”. Head on over to their blog to read all about how you can cash in on those FSA dollars before they expire!
Create Your Own Budget Pie Chart I know I’ve been saying that budgets don’t work, but you still have to decide how you’ll be spending your money. You have to agree on how much money you’re willing and able to spend on living necessities such as housing and food. This helps you track how you’re … More How to Manage Money
I first listened to David Bach on Rachel Hollis’s Rise podcast, number 98 “How Anyone Can Be Financially Free”. This was right around the time I had decided that I no longer wanted to be tied down by my debt. I wanted to take control of my finances instead of letting them dictate what I … More The Latte Factor: a book review
I feel like I’ve been asked “what do you want to be when you grow up?” countless times. But I can probably count on one hand how many times I’ve been asked “how are you going to pay for that degree?”. My parents didn’t grow up in America and don’t have crippling student loan debt. … More Trigger: Student Loan Debt