As I mentioned on Friday, I’m currently focusing more on improving my health. My financial life is pretty much onRead more
Nothing worth having is easy – whether it’s your money, work, health, or family. Come see the area where I struggle to work hard enough to get the life I want, and let me know in the comments where you struggle. Let’s support each other!Read more
Today I’m excited to let you know that I have another entry in my amazing series on breadwinning, six figure women. Time For Money, MD is a doctor with four kids, and a husband who’s an artist and a stay at home dad (just like mine!).
She’s paid off a tremendous amount of debt, is pursuing financial freedom (but not necessarily early retirement), and dabbled in consulting before going to medical school. She’s not a millionaire yet, but she’s well on the way. I love how supportive her husband is, and there’s some great advice for you towards the end of the interview.Read more
Long time readers will know that I’m a huge fan of preparing for emergencies. After all, my husband almost died of septic shock a little over six years ago.
But I have a secret to tell you.
I’m not the most organized person in the world. When my husband was sick, this was a huge potential issue. And if anything ever happened to me, it would be a huge issue for my husband, and our family.
Today I’m going to share a bit more about what it’s like to be in the throes of an emergency without the information you need to manage it, and talk about an awesome new way to keep your preparation organized.Read more
Happy last weekend in July, everyone! It’s time for another roundup of articles from the week I think you’ll love!Read more