As a new mom of twins, I’ve often wondered if/when it’s actually worth it to work outside the home. I’m still a working mom, but I’ve chosen what some would consider the “best of both worlds” because I work from … Continue reading

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When it comes to achieving your financial goals, living on a budget and tracking your spending is key. It doesn’t really matter if your goal is to save up for retirement, put money away for a large purchase, or if … Continue reading

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Most if not all personal finance experts endorse saving up for large purchases rather than charging them. Although it may not sound like fun, there are several hidden benefits from doing just that, like the ones listed below. Delayed Gratification … Continue reading

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In March of this year, I became a mom to twins, and with that major life change came even bigger changes to our finances. When you have kids, you start to question every purchase, and all of a sudden, budgeting … Continue reading

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Financial independence means different things to different people, but there are usually some basic underlying themes to financial independence that everyone can agree on. For example, many people hope to only work for pleasure, retire early, not have any debt, … Continue reading

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