We will not be participating in the holiday spending frenzy this year, and truthfully… idgaf if anyone judges me for it. I really don’t. Here’s a breakdown on how … Continue reading I won’t be buying you a gift this year.
If you’ve followed my recent blog posts, you know that I lost my job a couple of months ago. Although I was quiet about it at first, I am being … Continue reading What happens when your partner earns more money than you…and makes it known?
Unemployment is historically low. The stock market is producing unprecedented returns. Banks are paying out great interest rates. Income taxes are reduced. That’s great, but why are we all … Continue reading Today’s Economy Kills Tomorrow’s Fortunes
Here’s 16 things that I do every day to save money while always getting quality stuff/experiences.
A majority of Americans want to buy a house someday. But how can you pull that off with our stagnant wages and student loan debt? Here’s the 7 crucial steps … Continue reading 7 Steps To Buying Your First House
This morning, I was standing at my favorite hardware store buying paint and happened to overhear their morning staff meeting. One of the items that they focused on was encouraging … Continue reading 0% Interest = Same As Debt
I have been tasked with writing brief financial education articles for my 9-5 job’s monthly newsletter. Here’s my latest article highlighting some actionable and easy to do tips to get … Continue reading Money Corner – #2 – Boost your credit & make bills easier.
I have been tasked with writing brief financial education articles for my 9-5 job’s monthly newsletter. Here’s my latest article highlighting some actionable and easy to do tips to get … Continue reading Money Corner – #1 – Change your thinking.
Are you afraid of your 401k? You should be.
Rome wasn’t built in a day, and neither was my financial freedom. Here’s a few actionable tricks that I use every single day to make sure I am closer to … Continue reading Adrian’s 5 Secrets To Staying Financially Strong
As the year 2018 approaches, it’s time to recap what kind of financial progress I made in 2017. Spoiler: It was a good year to be my financial plan. … Continue reading Year Two: How much I paid off in 2017.
After working nearly a decade in personal finance and consumer based lending; I have learned one crucial fact that I employ daily in my own private life: Getting “approved” for … Continue reading Lenders Aren’t Your Best Friends. They’re Businesses.