I have been working since I was 14 years old, but my very first “adult” job was many years later. If I could go back to age 21 and give my younger self a few life lesssons, here are the 7 things I’d say…
Working to be debt free isn’t going to be a fruitless labor. Here’s my Dream Board of all the ish that I am going to do when I don’t have bill collectors waiting on me anymore.
Not all of my “millennial money” goes to avocados, and my credit card debt wasn’t frivolously spent on coffee. Here’s my story on when life hit me hard, and I had to make a choice.
Recently, I was lucky enough to be interviewed by Alli of Financialli Focused, a writer who has the same financial mission as me. You can check out my interview, and her page, HERE! Happy Friday!
Two weeks and six emails later, I saved $60,000! Here’s why you need shop around for a mortgage.
Here’s the story on how this drawing cost me $4,000 and 2 years of my life. You could be next!
In 2015, I tied the knot without breaking the bank. If you’re getting married, you shouldn’t overpay! Here’s how I had a $2,000 wedding for 70 guests without cutting back on any of the magic.
I am going to be 31 years old own my home outright. On the outside, i’m feeling like Beyonce. But on the inside… …i’m feeling alone.
Here’s how I justified spending $20,000 to save money. Spoiler: It was money wasted. Don’t make these mistakes.
Guess who just paid off their student loans!?
I promised you that I would pay off my mortgage in 6 years. I lied. Here’s what happened, and here’s what will change.
What are you doing to improve your finances and stop being broke this year? What COULD you be doing?