How Side Hustles Can Snowball Into Income

In June 2015 I had never had any income other than my 9 to 5. I did get a second job for 6 months to buy my now wife’s engagement ring, but other than that I never knew there was a possibility of income.

I knew I could start a business, my family has always done that. But, to me that was something that you stop being an employee and you run, not something you do in addition too your 9 to 5.

Early 2015 I discovered personal finance blogs, and that people were even making money doing that. That sounded interesting, but not like something I would ever do. Continue reading “How Side Hustles Can Snowball Into Income”

Financially Savvy Saturday #138

Welcome to Financially Savvy Saturdays, a blog link up created just for personal finance bloggers! We want to read anything to do with personal finance here. Whether you’ve written anything from the best ways to check your credit score to how to travel hack your way to Hawaii, you’re invited to link-up. Continue reading “Financially Savvy Saturday #138”

Pushing The Right Button For Financial Independence

Have you ever seen the staples “easy button” commercials? In case you haven’t here is one I found on YouTube. Continue reading “Pushing The Right Button For Financial Independence”

Many Paths To Take To Become Debt Free

If you have ever experienced the huge weight that comes from being in debt, than you understand that you would do almost anything to get out of debt.

I have talked about my debt repayment plan, as well as whats more important than getting out of debt. That doesn’t however change the fact that I would LOVE to be out of debt NOW.

So I have thought of three possible ways to get out of debt Continue reading “Many Paths To Take To Become Debt Free”

February Reading List

As I continue in this journey to becoming the “future me”, it is important that I continue to grow in knowledge. Since I know how important this is I read as much as I possibly can every month. My goal is to read a minimum of 2 books a month (which with working a full time job, volunteering, driving for Lyft, and freelancing I think is reasonable).

Every month I will give the rundown of what I read, and focus on one book that I feel was the most practical book. Continue reading “February Reading List”