This week marked three years to the day since we paid off the mortgage in 2019. I decided to run the numbers, talk about why I don’t value the numbers, and answer some long-forgotten questions about being mortgage free.
Everything you think you know about the FSA has changed in the past four months. Here are eight key 2020 and 2021 FSA changes you need to know today.
The one year old I started a college fund for back in 2004 was just recently accepted to college. He received several scholarships, took courses for college credit in high school, and will be living at home attending an in-state public university. All that means I don’t need as much in college savings as all those financial calculators said I did. Check out what options we’re looking withdrawing the extra, and revisit an old friend – the College Compact – in action.
Want to learn more about the only diet that will lead to FIRE (financial independence and early retirement)? Check out today’s post where you’ll find all my tips and tricks for eating well… oops I meant just eating… on a strict budget.
Working moms are stressed, anxious, isolated and burnt out. They need help – ways to help themselves, help from employers, and from society. Today I’m talking about some of the sad facts and statistics around working moms and COVID, sharing my families story, and talking about some ideas on what could help. I also want to hear your story, and your ideas.
Somehow it’s been a year since COVID first struck. The past year has been quite a journey for our family – some of which is shared by the world, others are unique to us. Come along and hear all about what this pandemic has meant for us, and just how much our lives have changed over the past year.