What I Learned, and Plan to Use From FinCon16

November of last year (just before starting this site) I got an email from Melanie of Dear Debt that I had won a contest and was getting a free ticket to FinCon16.

I was thrilled, never winning anything in my life, and at the same time terrified. Terrified that I wouldn’t be able to accept, because of the financial burden it would put on me to get to California. Continue reading “What I Learned, and Plan to Use From FinCon16”

Time To Think Is A Wonderful Thing

This blog has been something I have really enjoyed the short time I’ve had it(started in November 2015). I have written articles about selling on Amazon, driving for Lyft, paying down debt, losing weight, and many other things. But the blog really hasn’t had a purpose as of yet. So I’m going to try to change that in the coming months. Continue reading “Time To Think Is A Wonderful Thing”

The 2016 Financial Olympics

The following blog post is part of The Road to Financial Wellness blog tour. The Road to Financial Wellness is a three-month, grassroots campaign promoting financial empowerment on a national level and encourages people to pursue their dream lifestyle. Find out more about local events near you. Continue reading “The 2016 Financial Olympics”

Week In Review #9

Hello, and welcome to this weeks review. This is a truly enjoyable article to write each week because I think it’s important to follow as many personal finance blogs as possible in order to make informed decisions about your finances. Though personal finance bloggers are further down the road financially then others this doesn’t mean that you should follow every word they say, instead you should listen to many advisers, take in all the information and then make the best personal decision for you. Continue reading “Week In Review #9”

Week In Review #8

Hello, and welcome to this weeks review. This is a truly enjoyable article to write each week because I think it’s important to follow as many personal finance blogs as possible in order to make informed decisions about your finances. Though personal finance bloggers are further down the road financially then others this doesn’t mean that you should follow every word they say, instead you should listen to many advisers, take in all the information and then make the best personal decision for you. Continue reading “Week In Review #8”