Tag: saving

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Tween Cash Hoarder

I find myself thinking about my childhood lately. I can’t pinpoint the reason why it’s coming up now. Maybe because I recently spent some time with a cousin I grew up with. She lives on the west coast and we don’t see each other often, although we do communicate by text a fair amount. As ...

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I Create my own Sales

While I have a 9-5 where someone else tells me what to do and how to do it, I like to see myself as a “boss” in every other aspect of my life. I make my own schedule with my real estate work, I set my own prices for my rental properties, I determine what ...

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Adulting 101: Big Girl Money

Adulting is hard. It’s even harder for the millennials who came of age during or after the Great Recession. It certainly doesn’t help that financial literacy has always lacked in our society. So I decided to put together a list of 10 things you can do to manage your personal finances like a grown up. ...

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Cash Back Queen

As much as I hate spending, it’s a necessary evil. Before I moved further away from the city and before I was married, I had fewer expenses and less variables that were determining factors in my spending habits. While my husband and I are on the same page about the basics of money (spending less ...

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Solar Update – April 2017

My favorite time of year has come! The days are longer, the snow seems to be gone for good, and birds are chirping on my way to work. Spring is upon us. I’ve always loved spring and summer, but now I have even more reasons to embrace the seasons. No, not just because the kids are ...

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No Rest for Dead Presidents: My Dollars aren’t Lazy Bastards

What an awful headline. But I’m not feeling particularly creative today so it will have to do. In an introductory investment post, I liken dollars to employees who must work to make my life better. Money has a significant advantage over us when it comes to working and earning potential. We get tired, we need ...

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De-clutter Challenge

In a previous post I briefly discussed money challenges and how people use them as extra motivators to either boost savings or pay down debt. Whether you’re saving for a vacation, a house or just want to improve your money management skills, you can never have too many tools or tricks at your disposal. This ...

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