Run Your Own Race

Run your own race

Do you ever sit back and think to yourself, “Who made all of these benchmarks about where we are supposed to be financially at a certain age in our life?” For instance, who said an 18-year-old was financially responsible enough and even mentally ready to be on their own and learn to fend for themselves for the rest of their lives (especially when you think about how 2 days ago they were living at their parent’s house rent-free, cell phone bill paid, and on a full stomach)? Some 18 year olds today and […]

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Lifestyle in Those Daily Cups of Joe

Lifestyle in Your Starbucks

My sister may be fine with the use of this word, but as for me, I strongly dislike this word and I try to refrain from using it. This “B” word in my opinion should be banished from the vocabulary to never be used again. I think of restrictions and even bondage when I hear this word and even the actions that may have to follow when dealing with this […]

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The Importance of an Emergency Fund

Importance of an emergency fund

Just recently, Brittany decided to quit her “9 to 5” bank job all because she was confident she had an emergency fund to have her back. It was a tough decision for her, but because she had reserves to dip into, it made the decision so much easier. She gave her boss the resign letter and said deuces. In a true emergency circumstance, like a layoff or a medical emergency; […]

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Teach Your Kids About Money

We strongly believe that when you teach your kids about money they’ll have a better understanding of how life works. You do not want to send them off into the world and not know how to save a dime, or better yet, when they go to college they get so excited about having a credit card but they do not understand how to use a credit card! We’ll show you […]

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