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Guest Post: How We Paid Off $73k in 4 Years

Guest Post: How We Paid Off $73k in 4 Years

Today I’m sharing with you an inspirational debt payoff story via a guest post by Jamie. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.   Hi, my name is Jamie Griffin and I run the blog Mr. Jamie Griffin, where I help families struggling with student loan debt achieve financial freedom. My goal is to help people realize that their circumstances are temporary, and through hard work, you can overcome any financial challenge and create a new family…

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8 Ways Personal Finance Blogging Has Changed Me

8 Ways Personal Finance Blogging Has Changed Me

I started YourAverageDough.com at the end of February, so it has been just over 3 months that I have been blogging. I’m not going to lie, blogging is time-consuming and a lot of work, but it’s been great so far. While blogging is not my full-time job, it has still managed to change my life in some ways for the better. And being that I am only a few months in, I’m intrigued to see how many other changes will…

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An Easy Way to Invest in ETFs

An Easy Way to Invest in ETFs

As I’ve been reading through other personal finance blogs, I have noticed something that keeps popping up on many of them: ETFs. While I know what ETFs are, I have never actually invested in one. If you have read my prior blog posts, my husband and I typically invest in individual companies rather than picking ETFs. So, last week when a friend of mine, who is also a subscriber of the blog and a fellow accountant, reached out to me to…

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Can Money Buy Happiness?

Can Money Buy Happiness?

Can money buy happiness? It’s an age-old question. More often than not you hear “money can’t buy happiness.” But does anyone really know that to be true? Typically the example given is an old man who works so much he never had time to spend with his family or friends, so he ends up alone in his mansion and sad. However, if he really has THAT much money, can’t he buy friends and find someone to create a family with?…

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Your Average Dough’s Summer Reading List

Your Average Dough’s Summer Reading List

This post contains affiliate links. I may receive compensation if you click on links within this post. All opinions are my own. See my Disclaimer page for more. With Memorial Day weekend right around the corner (how is that possible already!?), I have created a short summer reading list. The list below contains books covering a wide range of topics with a focus on money, investing, lifestyle management and team building. With TV, Netflix, Facebook, video games, podcasts and the…

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