Month: June 2016

debt

What Financial Health Means to Me

Have you heard of FinCon? As in, Financial Conference. As in, learn to be a financial genius and network with other financial geniuses. As in, spend a weekend in September in sunny San Diego as in one of my favorite cities of all time?? We are DYING to go. CFSI put together this challenge/is paying entry plus airfare for 10 lucky bloggers! …

debt, dental school

June Debt Update and Goal Reviewing

We have big things in store. Like really big things. Some of which have slowed down our debt chipping away progress the last couple of months. I don’t want to spoil it, but we have a couple of surprises coming your way within the next couple of weeks. I know you are dying. We’ll keep you …

budget, frugal living, travel

The Cost of Camping

  We love traveling. We love hiking. We love camping. We basically love everything outdoors. Who doesn’t? Anyway, camping is our go-to cheap activity these days. We justify it, claiming to ourselves that its cheap, its fun, it gets us out of the house and unplugged. With that, we thought it was high time given our own personal …

debt, debt repayment, student loans

HOW WE ARE GOING TO PAY OFF OUR STUDENT LOANS IN 5 YEARS (6 EASY WAYS TO PAY OFF DEBT)

(1) Keep your day job. We’ve seen lots of folks quitting their day jobs to pursue their passions full time. It seems that a lot of of millennials are looking for ways to beat the 9 – 5. I can DEFINITELY respect and aspire to that journey, but in the mean time, we are keeping the jobs …

debt

The Road 2016

[The following blog post is part of The Road to Financial Wellness blog tour. The Road to Financial Wellness is a three-month, grassroots campaign promoting financial empowerment on a national level and encourages people to pursue their dream lifestyle. Find out more about local events near you.]   To me, financial empowerment means freedom, expressed in …