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Book talk: The Richest Man in Babylon

This post may contain affiliate links.  Please see the full disclosure for more information. I picked up a copy of The Richest Man in Babylon from my public library recently.  I have only read through about half of the book so far.  But, I couldn’t wait to write a post

A guy who is tired of struggling financially and working hard to payoff credit card debt

How to Pay Off Your Credit Card Debt

In 2016, our family paid off all our credit card debt, over $10,800 in one year.  After that, I went from worrying about our credit card debt to feeling a sense of relief and freedom.  I never have to check our balance again.  I never have to think about making at

Complain About it or Clean it Up

My husband and I both work in public accounting.  So, January through April is a busier time than normal for us.  When I woke up this morning, I realized that our kitchen was a complete mess.  We had dirty dishes piled on the countertops and everything in there was a

A Simple Guide to Starting a Blog

This post may contain affiliate links.  Please see the full disclosure for more information. Starting a blog is a quick, easy, and inexpensive process.  You don’t have to be trained in computer science or know how to code in order to start a blog.  If you want to purchase a

What to do When You’re Not Sure Where to Start

When Saved by the Bell was running on network TV, I used to watch it every afternoon.  You can judge me however you wish from reading that statement.  One reoccurring scene that I specifically remember, is when the main character Zach found himself in a mess or a situation that

Non-Flashy Wins Worth Celebrating

Take a minute and celebrate all of the non-flashy things you do each month that saves you some serious cash and keeps you on the right path financially.  Here is a list of one hundred money and lifestyle choices that I came up with that don’t get enough credit for

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