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As the holidays approach it’s hard not to be bombarded with overly jolly messages of giving thanks. And trust me I’ve always been an advocate for finding gratitude in every situation life hands you, but I’m willing to admit that … Continue reading
Talking about money is not the easiest thing in the world. Far from it. According to one recent survey conducted by LearnVest, a financial education website, couples have about 20 conversations about money a year – and about five fights. … 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
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
If I had an opportunity to offer advice related to money to my younger self, I would have engaged with money matters sooner, and made money my friend. I made three fundamental mistakes and I plan to teach my daughter … Continue reading
Hurricane Sandy. The housing bubble (and bust). Divorce. Cancer. Enron. What do all of those things have in common? They – and plenty of other triggers like them – have been the causes of financial setbacks in the lives of … Continue reading
Good friends are rare occurrence in life, you know the kind you can talk to about anything and they won’t judge or hold anything against you? If you have such friends you know what I’m talking about. One of my … Continue reading
I love conversations with fun people. As an extrovert, it gives me energy. I think I have discussed every appropriate and inappropriate topic under the sun through the years. I even recall briefly discovering the meaning of life during one … Continue reading
We have three kids in college right now. Fortunately, we have saved diligently for this and two of three were fortunate enough to get scholarships that help bring down the price tag a bit. College is a big investment and … Continue reading