I Dreamed I Got Fired & Now I’m Fired-Proofing My Finances

I Dreamed I Got Fired & Now I’m Fired-Proofing My Finances

I woke up breathless. I reminded myself I hadn’t been fired. Then I had a moment of actual, non-dream panic. What if this is foreshadowing? Then it hit me as I was lying in my bed, surrounded by the many boxes I had not yet unpacked: I haven’t been fired, but if I lost my job, I’d be in a realll bad situation.

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Takeaways from FinCon18 That Anyone Can Apply to Their Money & Their Lives

Takeaways from FinCon18 That Anyone Can Apply to Their Money & Their Lives

So instead of navel-gazing about the conference in a way that non-attendees can’t relate (not that those posts aren’t wonderful too; they super are!), here’s a list of takeaways from FinCon that you can use in your life and your finances, regardless of whether you’re a money blogger or a reader or both! 

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What Should I Pack for My International Trip That I Might Be Forgetting? 7 Things You Should Not Leave Home Without

What Should I Pack for My International Trip That I Might Be Forgetting? 7 Things You Should Not Leave Home Without

Last year, I traveled alone for the first time. Suffice it to say I learned a thing or two about what you need when you’re traveling internationally, either because I did it and I WAS GLAD I DID or I didn’t do it and I WISH I HAD.

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Why the Fitness Line Item in Your Budget Should Hurt & How Much I Spend on Fitness

Why the Fitness Line Item in Your Budget Should Hurt & How Much I Spend on Fitness

To me, taking care of your body is the most important and ultimately beneficial part of any financial journey; thus, the cost of doing so outweighs any current savings you may gain by eliminating your gym membership bill.

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