January 2017

Last week I was reading all about how Mr. and Mrs. Our Next Life paid off their mortgage! Kudos to them. When I read that article, I suddenly felt this sense of urgency. We, too, are focusing on paying off our mortgage. In our household, we really value living debt free. And yes, we know we have [...]

Online dating doesn’t have to break the bank. In fact, it can be quite economical, depending on your style. Before I met Mr. MMM, I went out on about 104 first dates. The joke is that he was #105. Now, that is probably a bit of an exaggeration, but not by much. I dated frequently over [...]

It’s that time of the week when we like to send our readers to other sites so they can explore the absolute awesomeness our fellow personal finance bloggers have to offer! This week we’re showcasing Physician on Fire, Freedom is Groovy, and It’s a Kate Life!   From 28 Funds to 3: Simplifying to a Three Fund [...]

Yep, that’s yours truly in the feature image using frugality to hack a damn good time. We love a dash of horror in our lives, so every fall we don’t miss a chance to hit our local haunted attraction. This is a planned event and since Mini is, well, Mini, we don’t bother with the [...]

I warned you that before Mr. MMM and I met and decided to light ourselves on FIRE (figuratively speaking, of course) we made all the financial mistakes in the book. Lucky for you, earlier today I was scrolling through my mental roladex (do they still exist?) and found the file categorized One of the Dumbest Mistakes [...]

The weirdest thing happened to me last week at work. One of the best parts of the day is when we all arrive at work and stand around for a few minutes chit chatting about the day ahead. Sometimes we stray into personal topics, which makes for a fun start to the morning. Last week, [...]

I recently heard that there is something contagious (and perfectly acceptable) sweeping across the world of consumerism these days. It’s called the Target Trap. Apparently, it starts by taking an unnecessary (or necessary depending on what you need to buy) to the closest Target store and not being able to leave until you spend $100 [...]

It’s Friday! It’s Friday! That means we get to share some of our favorite financial posts that we found on the interconnected World Wide Web. And here it is, the best of the best, the coolest of the cool, the posts we found share-worthy. Enjoy! How To Start Liking Beer Our adventure-lovin’ friends over at [...]

Let me start out by saying that this post was inspired by another post featured on Millennial Money Man yesterday The post was written by The Savvy Couple and titled, Moving Back Home: Temporary Pain for Future Gain. It was all about how they both moved back in with their parents post college graduation to [...]

The older I get the more I realize how fortunate I am to have found someone with similar financial values as myself. Except, it wasn’t always this way. In fact, I had two other significant relationships before meeting Mr. MMM and only 1 out of those 2 were any good with money. In retrospect, I [...]

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