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The best thing about these tips is that when you make these habit changes and start to alter your behaviors the changes that you make are sustainable and long lasting! Over time you won’t have to use your calculator at the grocery store, you’ll have a sense of what you buy and how much you spend. You will continue to improve and fine tune how you budget for your groceries as you discover what really works for you and your family.
From the musings of John Muir to the journals of Marie Curie and the “Field Notes” of Teddy Roosevelt – these great minds not only provided a history of their legacy, their journals also served a functional purpose. These avid writers understood that…
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There are a lot of lifestyle and habit changes that will lessen your environmental impact and help you save money quickly, if not immediately. Check out our list of ways you can be a better steward of your money and the environment!
In my opinion, giving is one of the best ways to use your money. So I’m not going to tell you to cancel all your gift exchanges because you want to reach Financial Freedom.
I just want you to spend money this holiday season in a way that aligns with your goals.
Almost anyone can benefit from working with the right Financial Coach, but how can you tell if it’s right for you? To help you determine if working with a Financial Coach is right for you and your needs, we created this quick quiz!
Buying a car is something we have all heard plenty of advice about, but a lot has changed in the past few years. In doing our research we found a lot of advice that simply did not apply any more. However, through our digging we also discovered a few things that were new to us, more applicable to the current car buying landscape and that actually WORK!
10 Tips that will save you money on your next roadtrip or even traveling abroad! Learn things you can do to plan ahead, reduce expenses and stay on track with your other goals but get to do what so many of us love most – TRAVEL!
From what you can do ahead of time, to things to consider while you’re on your trip and resources that you might not have known about. We drop some of the lesser talked about ways to save money, especially when you’re traveling to remote, adventurous locations!
How many of you have made budget after budget, only to have it continuously be inaccurate? …Just do not beat yourself up as you learn how to make them more accurate. Like the old saying goes, practice makes perfect.
Finances and relationships can be hard. When money’s tight there can be tension in any relationship and money fights are unfortunately common. This doesn’t mean you have to be part of the statistics. Here are six recommendations to help you focus more on your relationship and less on the stress related to finances.
We’ve put together 6 ideas to help you reach your money-saving goals!
Powerful conversations on LinkedIn about the popular trading app turned into this insightful LIVE discussion.
What is the difference between a Financial Coach and a Financial Advisor? Learn about how the role each of these professionals plays in your financial journey,
These 3 mindset shifts that create space for the necessary changes you are going to need to make to be that will make you successful with your money and in any area of your life where you want to see improvement.
Once you complete these 3 steps you’ll improve your financial life, and you will likely experiencing less stress, have more energy, are enjoying happier relationships, and feeling like there are more opportunities now than ever before.
Along with our passion for nature and an off the beaten path lifestyle, come a few unique challenges that have an impact on how we manage our money. Check out these 6 challenges and let us know if you can relate to any of them!
I’ll never forget the moment I realized a gap year was what I wanted to do and 100% possible. Once we reached our financial goal of saving enough to live on for a year in cash, we were more confident in our decision, and started to plan our adult gap year in detail.
We quit our jobs, traveled for 4 months, moved across the country, focused on self-improvement, and started a business pursuing our passion for helping others with their finances. We did not anticipate that we would grow and learn as much as we did. Which is why we are helping other people to do the same.