Money Is Genderless – How Women Can Get A Fair Shake In the Financial World

Hi all! Life has been a bit crazy over here at the CMO place, leading to a short hiatus from the blog. But after some recent events in the personal finance world, I just had to write an article. This is a subject I’ve given a lot of thought to over the years, and I’d … Continue reading Money Is Genderless – How Women Can Get A Fair Shake In the Financial World

Introducing – The Launch of Fun and Free In CT!

Today I'm very excited to launch the initial version of a project I've been working on for the past few weeks-and I hope you'll be excited with me! So without further ado, let me talk to you about the inspiration behind the new page on my site - Fun and Free in CT. You see, … Continue reading Introducing – The Launch of Fun and Free In CT!

Why I Love My 15 Year Mortgage

Good morning (or afternoon or evening, depending on when you're reading this)! Today I decided to write a bit about my love of my 15 year mortgage. You might remember that I wrote last week about how much I hate my mortgage company, code named "Death Star" for their determination to destroy my personal finances. … Continue reading Why I Love My 15 Year Mortgage

Death Star – And Why I Hate My Mortgage Company

I have a deep and passionate hatred for my mortgage company. I've talked about it before on some posts and forums, and today I've decided to share the entire annoying story.  Now in the interest of not getting sued, or getting nasty e-mails/letters, I'm going to use a pseudonym for my mortgage company. I'll call … Continue reading Death Star – And Why I Hate My Mortgage Company

Honeymoon in Japan – And The Power Of Money In The Face Of Shifting Goals

Good morning everyone, and welcome back! A little while ago I shared some fun information about my $2,000 wedding - and now I'm going to talk about our honeymoon. To Japan. “Japan?” people will say incredulously when I tell them where my husband and I went on our honeymoon, “Why on earth did you go … Continue reading Honeymoon in Japan – And The Power Of Money In The Face Of Shifting Goals