When you achieve everything you’ve dreamed of, what’s next? Today I explore the emptiness you may feel after achieving big, life-changing goals and talk about making new ones that are even bigger and more life changing.
I get asked all the time, “how do you have time to do everything?” The secret is that I don’t do everything. My husband does a lot of the activities that you might traditionally associate with moms, like taking the kids to school or dealing with homework. Come learn more about how I do a lot by not doing it all!
A few weeks ago, after I wrote about my struggle overcoming some of my graduate school debt, my friend Grounded Engineer suggested I talk more about how I got my undergraduate degree completely debt free. I’ve also talked a bit about my story in my guest post on the Notorious D.E.B.T. and my prior article […]
On Monday, I wrote all about our journey into debt. Going into my husbands planned surgery, we had an emergency fund set aside to deal with the costs. I also had other savings and investments that I hadn’t tapped, which were sitting and growing while this debt was also growing. As far as I’m concerned, […]
Have you ever heard the quote from Jerry Rice about doing what others won’t do? Today I will do what others won’t, so tomorrow I can accomplish what others can’t. I find that’s a powerful quote that’s true both in work and in money. Dave Ramsey says something similar when he talks about living like […]
I’ve written before about how my husbands near death from septic shock taught me about the importance of emergency funds and emergency planning. Today I’m going to write about how the experience impacted my attitudes about debt, and tell you my debt freedom story. I hope this story can either help you to keep out […]