About 3 out of 10 of you awesome readers would likely sell an organ to get rid of your student loans.
Yeah that’s right… 3 in 10!
Think back to the last time you went to the grocery store. What were the most expensive food items in your shopping cart? If your shopping list looks like ours, then the answer to that question would be fruit, vegetables, and meat. Basically all the healthy stuff… Perhaps you don’t even grocery shop. You’re currently […]Continue
As the old Chinese proverb goes: “Those who budget together stay together.” Okay, that might not be an actual proverb, but based off current research, there is certainly something to be said for couples who have similar money goals.Continue
In order to promote true blog transparency, today I’m going to share how my wife and I somewhat failed to vacation in a financially responsible way last week. Hopefully you can learn from our mistakes- I sure hope we do! We spent about 10 days road tripping from our humble abode in Illinois to South […]Continue
Today’s the day I was liberated from the womb, 27 short years ago. I thought it would be interesting to compare life now to what it was like back when I entered this world that fateful, stormy, June 1st day.Continue
Two things ultimately pushed me over the personal finance obsession ledge: entertaining money blogs, and awesome podcasts. I typically drive a lot for work, so I try to maximize what would be wasted time by listening to the many great personal finance podcasts available. This helps me hone my craft and perfect my finances in […]Continue
“If you want a thing done well, do it yourself.” –Napoleon Bonaparte The art of DIY is a personal passion shared by both me and my wife. As we’ve struggled to pay off student loans, build up a disaster fund, and start investing, the “do it yourself” mentality has helped us achieve each goal more […]Continue