Last year on Easter, I wrote all about some of my sad Easter memories. Easter is a sad memory-filled time for me, unfortunately, but I hope to give my kids a fun time to give them happy Easter memories. So here’s a celebration of all the fun Easter things we do together – I hope […]
Archives for March 2018
Women are seeking financial freedom around the world, and today I have an amazing interview with Peti from New Zealand. She’s a mom working toward financial freedom to change her family legacy, after some less fiscally prudent times.
I received an e-mail the other day from Amazon with an interesting announcement. Apparently, they have the exclusive list of Khole Kardashian’s baby must haves. Now, I don’t follow the Kardashians (never seen the show) (or shows? not sure) but I had to see what was on the list. And so I clicked, which I’m […]
This time of the year is the hardest time to go onto Facebook. You know how Facebook loves to prompt you to see what happened today in your personal history? Well, these few weeks, every time I log onto Facebook I get to see the memories of what happened exactly six years ago. When my […]
Hi everyone – welcome back to my series on women seeking financial independence. Today I have an awesome interview with Financial Orchid – a millennial in the pacific northwest and daughter of first-generation immigrants. Like many children of immigrants, the values of hard work, thrift, and achievement were engraved on her from a young age. […]
What does it mean to be an owner, and not a buyer? Here in the US, it seems as if the acquisition of “stuff” reins supreme. As does debt – $5,000 average credit card debt, $30,000 in car debt, $37,000 in student loans, personal loans, payday loans, and mortgages. Debt rules the day, often exceeding […]