March 2019 Goals Update!

March 2019 Goals Update!

March and the beginning of April was hectic with my final of 3 bridesmaid adventures for 2019 consuming most of my free time. First, there was a shower, then a Bachelorette party in mid-March and finally the wedding the first weekend of April! It was all so much fun, but VERY expensive.

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February 2019 Goals Update!

February 2019 Goals Update!

February always sucks, but at least this year it was productive! Except for the reading books thing. My bedside stack is at least 6 books high right now. IT WILL HAPPEN. But not in February…

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2018 was The Year of Mental & Physical Health. 2019 is The Year of...

2018 was The Year of Mental & Physical Health. 2019 is The Year of...

2018 was the year I committed to my mental and physical health, pretty much no matter the cost. It was the year of 2x/week personal training, weekly therapy, binging ER, and letting my brain rest when I wasn’t working on my blog or doing things with my people. The foundation is sustainable enough that I can build on it BIG TIME in 2019 without spending nearly as much money.

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2018 Recap: Champagne & Capital Gains is 9 Months Old! Blog, Money & Life Highlights

2018 Recap: Champagne & Capital Gains is 9 Months Old! Blog, Money & Life Highlights

Happy 2019, everyone! I’m looking forward to 2019, although I can’t believe it’s already here! 2018 seemed like it just started (and also like it was 85 years long…anyone else?) Can’t wait for new challenges and to build on everything I accomplished in 2018. The blog is nine months old, and I had lofty goals for the fourth quarter of the year, so let’s get to it to see how I did!

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You Need Emergency Friends Just As Much As You Need Emergency Funds

You Need Emergency Friends Just As Much As You Need Emergency Funds

A lot of people talk about, and even celebrate, burrowing on their debt free journeys. They turn down social invitations. They revel in their nights in, alone. Don’t get so caught up in a debt-free, wealth-building, or self-improvement adventure that you neglect to build that community.

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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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