April 2017

Early retirement is all the buzz in the financial world lately. It seems like everywhere you turn there is someone who is smarter, faster, and hustling harder than you are. And on top of that, they’re planning on retiring decades ahead of you. Obviously, they didn’t screw up like you did and they must’ve had [...]

It seems like the next home buying season is always upon us. And, here we are again. A home purchase is somewhat of a right of passage into adulthood. In recent years, alternative housing has made its way onto the scene. Today, it’s not uncommon for adults to live with their parents, in tiny houses, or [...]

In this day and age, do parents have an obligation to teach their kids about money? I obviously think the answer is yes; however, since I’m a personal finance blogger, I’d say I’m a little biased. I understand that the topic of money has been, and still is in some circles, a taboo subject that [...]

  By definition, a windfall is a piece of unexpected fortune, typically involving money. Throughout your lifetime you can expect many windfalls of varying degrees. It’s not a question of if you will be the beneficiary of such awesomeness, but rather, when. I’ve been fortunate enough to be blessed with quite a few windfalls in [...]

It’s true. I’m going to tell you my secret for how I paid off $25,000 in loans in a mere 15 years. I hope you detect the sarcasm. When I graduated college in 2002, I walked away with a degree and student loan debt totaling $25,000. I made most of the right moves when it [...]

With all the talk around minimalism and frugality these days, it’s no surprise that Mr. MMM and I have been racking our brains lately trying to figure out how we can hit a major milestone by becoming a one-car family. Obviously, when you live outside of city limits, saying farewell to a second vehicle is a struggle, [...]

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