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In previous posts, I’ve mentioned that my husband and I have more free time now that our kids are out of the house and we have an empty nest. We still have two in college so we need to be … Continue reading
When you go through a major life change – a divorce or separation, the death of a spouse, a major move – it can feel like your finances are in a free fall. But often, getting your money in order, … Continue reading
I’ve always struggled with the idea of living my life according to a budget. It’s not that I was too lazy to make one or too frivolous with my money to stick to it, but to me budgets seemed like … Continue reading
Does money buy happiness? The research is mixed. One recent study says yes, happiness rises in a fairly straight line as the amount of money you have rises. Others (including one I conducted myself) say that once you have enough … Continue reading
I recently decided to take a career leap of faith in myself. In one month I will be forgoing my consistent monthly income, an amount of money I know how to stretch to cover both my expenses and the pleasures … Continue reading
There’s nothing fun about a layoff, particularly these days when the amount of time it takes to find the next job is still way above historical averages. But if it has to happen, you’re best off if – like Carolyn … Continue reading
Like with everything else in life, folks don’t know how something will impact them until it is experienced firsthand. My mom gave me a great quote while I was pregnant, and I still carry it with me every day: “making … Continue reading
As the buzz of graduation season winds down, we’re left with the lingering “good lucks” of commencement speeches and that feeling of relief and optimism. However, even years later, it may not be the lightness of future promise that sticks … Continue reading
I often find that most of life’s situations were covered in at least one episode of Friends. And you won’t be surprised to learn that one of my favorite episodes has to do with money. It’s actually the pilot. In … Continue reading