• When There’s No Money To Dream
  • 6 Reasons for a Business Emergency Fund
  • The First 5 Steps to Becoming Debt Free
  • What I’m Reading (January 2015)
  • 5 Ways to Teach Kids Money Principles

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When There’s No Money To Dream

Truth be told, it takes money to dream. Yes, imagination and thoughts are free, but it still costs to have the time to engage in those activities. Here’s what I mean: having the freedom to actively build towards what you’ve always wanted to do. If you are living from check to check and constantly putting […]

6 Reasons for a Business Emergency Fund

After 10 years of running my small business, I’ve come to find out that how you handle your personal finances will carry over into your business world as well. If you are reading this, chances are, you may not even think your business is really a business and therefore, this doesn’t apply to you. If […]

The First 5 Steps to Becoming Debt Free

So you’ve made the decision to become debt free. Even if you don’t know how it will come to pass, you are already ahead of the curve. We made the decision to be debt free on one income. I should mention that, at the time, it was being eaten away with bill payments. We had […]

What I’m Reading (January 2015)

I’m toggling between a few good reads this month. I’ve finished a few and am inching through some. Anyway, here’s what I’ve been into: Premise: Success doesn’t happen in a vacuum. It’s more on the nature versus nurture debate. If we want to look at successful people, it’s not just inherent ability. It’s their parents’, parents. […]

5 Ways to Teach Kids Money Principles

Have you ever wondered how you will teach your kids about how to handle money? It can be hard to think about, especially if you are not the best at handling money yourself. The good news is that it’s not too late to start changing your family’s financial habits. Start where you are and purposely involve […]