Lessen the Burden of Your Student Loans

This post contains affiliate links. Debt can be debilitating. What’s worse is that most people graduating college today will come out with some form of debt. Of course there are exceptions to the norm, and those of you that graduated college without student loans you should consider yourself extremely lucky! My sister-in-law is graduating in a... Continue Reading →

10 Apps to Help You Save Money

Smartphones have officially taken over the world. It is very rare that people go anywhere without their phones. They’re used for everything from taking pictures to posting on social media to texting to banking. Did you know you can also use your phone to save yourself money? I mean if you’re going to have it... Continue Reading →

4 Investing Tips For Beginners

For many people, especially millennials, investing is a scary word. Millennials watched their parents, friends and relatives struggle through the most recent financial crisis of 2008-2009, where investment values were nearly cut in half. Many individuals lost their jobs and a significant portion of their retirement savings as stocks, bonds, mutual funds and 401K values... Continue Reading →

Guest Post: How to Beat Passive Dividend Investing

Today's guest post is by a fellow blogger friend of mine, Troy @ MarketHistory.org. Troy's blog discusses his thoughts on investing, the stock market, and controversial personal finance issues. He runs a privately held investment firm, so he's got some great insight! It is true that dividend investing beats index investing (i.e. tying yourself to a... Continue Reading →

How to Avoid Debt

Being a millennial, I am part of a generation that is completely overburdened with debt. It starts with student loan debt and the debt burden worsens with things like car loans, mortgages, home equity loans, credit cards and the list goes on and on. I’m here to tell you there are ways to avoid this... Continue Reading →

Pay It Forward

This Friday we will be attending a charity benefit for an organization dear to us. For the past 5 years, my husband and I have attended the Support Connection charity benefit, which is run to raise money for the Support Connection team. Support Connection is a group that helps those diagnosed with breast or ovarian... Continue Reading →

My Short-Term Financial Goals 2017

The first post I ever wrote about on the blog was about financial goals (you can access that here). It was very short, but it listed out some ideas of goals and expressed the importance of setting financial goals. Goals are important because it gives you the motivation to take action. Without a clear idea... Continue Reading →

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