Busy Mom calls herself that because she certainly is busy. She’s a six-figure earning mom pursuing financial independence as a software engineer. Come check out her amazing story!
Archives for February 2018
Women, work and money. We take for granted nowadays that a woman can manage her own finances. She can get a loan in her own name, a credit card, work a full time job, and invest however she wishes. Lets take a look back – and a look forward – together.
Advertising to kids – it’s literally everywhere. At your home, driving down the road, on the radio, even in schools. What does this mean for their money – and what can we parents do about it?
Solitary Diner, the Frugalish Physician, is a women on FIRE. She’s a Canadian doctor seeking financial independence, after learning she didn’t need to work to 65 to retire.
Automating your budget, spending, tracking and financial calculations can be fun – or frustrating. Check out the low-down on various financial automation tools, and why I still use Excel.
Economic outpatient care will disable – not enable – your children. Always remember that you’re not raising kids. You’re raising adults, who happen to currently be children. Act accordingly.