View Part 1 of the series on how I become debt free here A Debt Free in December? We paid off the first student loan very quickly. It took a few months to pay off the Jeep…
Here is a quick history on what my husband and I did to pay off over $70,000 in debt in a year and how I quit my job even though I made over 2/3rds of our income!
I just joined the Yakezie Alexa Challenge! It’s a challenge for personal finance bloggers to get their ranking in Alexa to be under 200,000. I love a challenge so I was very excited.
You know exactly what you don’t want for your perfect day. But do you know exactly what you do want? There are so many choices it can be hard to decide.
I’e been included in the most recent Carnival of Personal Finance, the Blogthority Relaunch Edition. There are some great submissions this week so take a look!
If you think that you will be ok financially without having at least a million dollars, you may be wrong. Why? Because in 1950 a million dollars was a huge amount of money.
The Passage of Time When I first started my debt free journey, I remember saying to myself, Time is going to pass no matter what I do. That was a profound statement to me.
Imagine that you are swimming in debt, want to start a family and be a stay at home mom but realize there is no way possible that you could quit a job you hate…
This is the second article in the Millionaire Series Part 1. You can find the Secret to Goal Setting here. Now What? Once you have figured out where you are now, where your destination is…
Why do you need a goal? You need a goal for three reasons. So you know where you are currently, where you are going, and when you have arrived. It’s just like taking a trip.