What if you had taken a job to play bingo with the elderly, and ended up being asked to clean a nursing home filled with residents ill with the coronavirus? Well, that’s what’s happened to us.
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We’ve all seen the sad and sorry facts about how women earn less then men, live longer, and generally feel less competent at investing. The thing I’ve always liked about personal finance and investing is that your money doesn’t care about your gender. Today I’m taking a look at the fact that money is genderless, and celebrating the fact that when we invest our money to grow, it will do so regardless of our gender.
As the family breadwinner, I often have to travel for work. Today I talk about the challenges traveling for work as a breadwinning mom, and ask that we leave the guilt behind.
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 […]
What does a company do every single year that you use to be wealthier, healthier, happier, and overall have a better and more successful life I’ve taken the awesome Chris Guillebeau’s process (at The Art of Non-Conformity) of conducting an annual review of your life and expanded it to writing your own annual and quarterly […]