Excuses Are Not Reasons – Why Getting Out of Debt is So Hard I have struggled with debt for my entire adult life and it has been the source of great anxiety over the years. I’ve let debt hold me back from career opportunity, from relationships, and from allowing myself to simply live a better life. After firmly landing myself in over $25,000 of debt and only being able to pay off less than $2,000 each year if even that, I knew there was a problem. I needed to do something about it. You can follow my debt payoff journey […]
We all have a different approach to money. Some of us know where every dime goes. Others have a more “flexible” approach to dollars and cents. But whatever your philosophy about money, what you need is a budget to help guide you and meet both short- and long-term goals.
Well, they say April showers bring May flowers right? My goals for April did not move much. However, I’m using it as a springboard into May though.
Have you gotten your financial wake up call? Daniel Palmer shares his story about how he changed his relationship with finances and moved the needle.
There are many parallels that can be drawn from health and wealth goals and goal accountability in general. Check out these 3 points I thought I’d touch on.
We saw our first down month in April due to a large expense. Find out more in our April net worth update.
Saving for college with everything else going on can be tough. Check out these tips to help with budgeting for college savings.
Raising kids isn’t easy. Kendra Smiley gives 7 choices to help make the playing field a little more even while parenting. Check out my review here.
My debt free journey was almost a complete train wreck. Staying focused on the task in front of you is the key to successfully getting out of debt.
Running a small business is a tough job but, if done with proper planning and management you can make a huge fortune out of it. Read guest post by Brenda!