Rents (and mortgages) are too damn high, so here's how I'm setting limits for myself while buying a home!
No amount of binge-watching HGTV has prepared me for the realities of buying a home.
For those of us who want to be lazier in retirement, at least for a little while, here are my favorite forms of passive income.
When I say I want to retire by 40, I usually hear a sarcastic "yeah, right." But this is real. There's a movement brewing.
This year I'm going to cross things off my bucket list. And I've already done two of them!
I have five credit cards and no credit card debt, so why so many? It's definitely not to make my wallet even less likely to fit in the comically small pockets all women's jeans offer.
I'm all about being a #frugalboss, except when you have a chance to steal from the rich and give to the poor.
We never know how or when life is going to try and run us over, and it sure as hell doesn't care about what's convenient or affordable. So in the interest of taking back control, here's how I make sure I'm never without options.
Most people will either wait for management to acknowledge their efforts and reward them with a raise, OR they'll barge in unprepared and demand a raise, yielding less than stellar results. I propose a middle-ground.
I’ve been spinning my wheels towards a goal of Financial Independence, or total freedom from a paycheck, but that isn’t an end-goal. It’s a step towards the end-goal. When I imagine my blissful future, here are the things I picture - and the steps I’m taking to get there.