Looking ahead in 2019, you may have goals related to self-care, improving your mental health, or recovering from addiction. If this is you, remember …
We cover how to save on Organic foods, name brand vs store brand, how to build a stockpile without breaking the bank, and how I grocery shop to feed my family of 7 on less than $200 per week.
Now that I’m debt free, I wonder at the complacency with which I approached my debt. Why did it take me so long to want to get out from under it?
If you’re chasing financial independence on a middle class income, then you’ve got some unique challenges but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible! It just means it may take you a bit longer or you’ll have to make more sacrifices than others.
How do we help our kids find financial happiness? Through helping them understand good money habits and identifying money emotions.
It’s not just about the cost– environmentally and financially– it’s about optimization. There is no point in having a big house that is a big waste of space.
The truth is that if you invest in the market for any extended period of time, you will experience market rises and falls. To ride the highs of the bull market, you will inevitably feel the sting of a correction or bear market.
This 2019 Financial Plan worksheet will help you plan out your financial goals, procedures, and action steps for the entire year.
Marriage (or any long-term relationship) is difficult enough on its own. By removing money as a possible point of contention, we feel like we have a stronger baseline partnership.
The poverty mindset and fear that I’ve carried for 28 years ruined my health, destroyed my faith and knocked me off my destined path multiple times. Not because I truly had something to fear but because I thought I had something to fear.
Just because your career helped to get you where you are does not mean you have to stay on that course.
Michelle has been learning, thinking, writing, researching and speaking about money management for decades. Yet the most important education she received, she says, came from the lessons her grandmother taught her.
Because I got to navigate college without a template. It meant I had the freedom to make my own decisions about what to study without any preconceived notions, a luxury that many of today’s college students rarely get.