Personal finance, Frugality, Millennial and GenX money, side-hustles minimalism, travel, self-employment, entrepreneurship, and Colorado
Was 2016 a Shitty Year? Or Are We the Ultimate Dram...
Overwhelmed by your holiday party expectations? This post will help you work through what you can do to have a "lit" holiday party!
It is so easy to overspend during the holidays. With some well-thought out strategies (and a bit of honesty) it's possible to get through the holiday season without going broke.
It seems like people have become a lot more politically active recently. If you've decided to participate in national marches in Washington D.C. this post will help you manage the cost of participating in large scale events that require travel.
I love shopping locally. This post shares my thoughts on why this is important and my top 3 reasons why I continue to support local businesses.
Philip Taylor, founder of the FinCon Conference and community, talks about his first job bagging groceries and the skills that he learned from that job that he still uses today.
Nick Loper talks about how his first professional job helped him develop the skills that he uses to grow his Side-Hustle Nation
Thinking of a creative career? Stefanie O'Connell is a millennial creative who makes great money. In this interview she shares how she grew her business and the steps she took to make more money.
An interview with the financial educator who learned everything about her current career by working with four year olds as a preschool teacher.
There are a lot of adults who, for one reason or another, haven't learned how to drive. I share my story about biting the bullet, purchasing a car, and finally getting my license.
We've heard the stories, people are getting fed up with the rewarding of participation trophies. This isn't a new trend and I argue that the real issue isn't the awarding of trophies but a lack of character that's the real issue.
Do you hate public transportation? Does the idea of buying used clothing freak you out? This post explores those financial prejudices and discusses some ways you can get out of your own way when it comes to making positive financial changes that will change your life.
Personal finance blogs are pretty popular. Are they helpful or harmful to people working to improve their finances?
There a number of different ways to secure your home before you decide to purchase a home security system. Do you use any of the practices on this list?
Dogs are incredibly popular in Colorado. As much as we love them-they aren't cheap! Here are the expenses to consider before purchasing your next puppy.