Without an Emergency Fund, I’d be in Debt

By Aaron Crowe

Check out my guest post on Aarons’ site here.

After living expenses, funding a retirement account and any unexpected bills, it can be difficult to fund an emergency fund on a regular basis.

Just the unexpected bills that pop up each month — making them an almost expected expense, such as a vet visit, dental repair, car breakdown or a sudden auto body shop bill or home repair, to name a few — can be enough to make an emergency fund impossible to have money for.

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August Income Report

Every month I will be documenting my income from all of my side hustles. As I am just starting out some (more like all) of these amounts will be very little or even nothing. In full future me style though I’m going to include things that I may not even be doing yet because I know that in the future these things will be bringing in an income. Continue reading “August Income Report”

July Income Report

Every month I will be documenting my income from all of my side hustles. As I am just starting out some (more like all) of these amounts will be very little or even nothing. In full future me style though I’m going to include things that I may not even be doing yet because I know that in the future these things will be bringing in an income. Continue reading “July Income Report”

My Current Debt Situation

I think most people are embarrassed about how much debt they have. I know my wife and I are, in fact it’s really hard for me to post about our income and debt.

With that in mind though I want to be open and honest about my journey, sometimes I think people show only the good and not the bad side of getting out of debt. Continue reading “My Current Debt Situation”

Financial Independence, The Long Way

We often hear much about “financial independence”, what that means and how people reach it. Truth is that it means different things for different people and no two are exactly the same. My goal is to reach my personal idea of financial independence, but I have to go the “long way”. Continue reading “Financial Independence, The Long Way”