Personal Finance Blog
What is the difference between a Financial Coach and a Financial Advisor? Learn the key differences so you can decide who to work with.
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.
There are two preferred methods for getting out of debt, but it really depends on your personality to decide which one works best for you. Learn the pros and cons of each method and figure out what works best for you!
Small mistakes add up over time, especially when it comes to your money. Here are 5 common mistakes we see as Financial Coaches and how to avoid making them yourself.
An important step towards achieving your dreams, is turning them into goals – many of which are financial goals. For instance – home ownership is both a life event and one of the biggest financial investments you will make in your entire life. Learn how to set goals that work here!
Should you leave your loans in forbearance or resume making payments? In the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, student loans have seen a lot of changing legislation. To help you make sense of it all and plan your strategy, here are the important details followed by our advice on managing your money and your loans.
People everywhere are getting creative to lift each other’s spirits and help one another in their own special way. So just remember, you can too and “Giving” and “Helping” is not always synonymous with donating money and you should not feel selfish for making sure that your needs are met.
Making money for the sake of making money will never truly bring happiness. But what about the relationship between gratitude and money?
What to do, so you can protect your money and financial well-being.
While no one is certain how long this healthcare crisis will last, one thing is becoming more clear each day – we are on the cusp of a financial recession. Here are 6 things you can do to prepare financially and get you through this economic recession in good shape…
Navigating finances in a romantic relationship can be a challenge. We dig in to when and how to talk about and the do’s and don’ts of combing finances and setting your relationship up for financial success.
Check out a few of our top tips for getting through college with healthy financial habits and as little debt as possible.
It seems like cash is part of the past. The “what’s in your wallet?” slogan and other credit card commercials only reinforce the opinion that credit cards are a necessity.
A basic savings account at your current bank is an ideal place to get started but not where you should stay for long.