Goal Planning and Strengths Finding

This planning round we camped! Lots of mosquitos and humidity This past weekend, my family had another goal planning day! We looked over the goals we made at the beginning of the year and talked about our successes and failures. I had some pretty lofty goals and work ended up being more demanding than I … Continue reading Goal Planning and Strengths Finding

Get Your Side Hustle Going in 27 Days

I've talked about Chris Guillebeau before, specifically in my recent post about 8 audiobooks I listened to in 2018. He has a book called Side Hustle in which he outlines the process for taking an idea you have and developing a profitable side hustle in a mere 27 days. And he's got stories of person … Continue reading Get Your Side Hustle Going in 27 Days

3 Ways Giving Impacts Your Soul

Growing up, my parents paid us kids for chores we did around the house. We always called it an allowance but now I understand it was more of a commission — we didn't get paid unless we did the work. Regardless, when the highly anticipated payday arrived (yay, $1.50 in the BANK!), my parents would … Continue reading 3 Ways Giving Impacts Your Soul

8 Audiobooks I Listened to in 2018 (Part 2)

This post contains affiliate links. Happy Resource Friday! Recently, I wrote a post titled 8 Audiobooks I Listened to in 2018 (Part 1). This is a continuation of that post with 8 more books I listened to in 2018! It's very similar to the one I made about the 21 impactful books I read last … Continue reading 8 Audiobooks I Listened to in 2018 (Part 2)

The Truth About Marriage Two Years Later

Ok, ok, I'm going off script just a bit today. Why? Because Bailey and I have been married for two full years as of today! First of all, it's been so much fun being married to Bailey. She's funny and quirky but also so caring and considerate. We've done all the cliched things together. We've … Continue reading The Truth About Marriage Two Years Later

3 Tools to Help Guide You Towards Retirement

Happy Resource Friday! I love talking finances. The only thing I like more is having easy-to-use tools for making finances as effortless as possible. Personally, I believe that mastering finances is one of the building blocks of life. When we don't have financial issues, stress is decreased in so many other areas of life — … Continue reading 3 Tools to Help Guide You Towards Retirement

Work Life with Adam Grant (Podcast Review)

This post contains affiliate links. Happy Resource Friday! Today we look at another podcast! This podcast will help you master the simpler aspects of your job so you can become an expert in your field — all through the podcast WorkLife with Adam Grant. Adam Grant is a psychology professor at the Wharton School of … Continue reading Work Life with Adam Grant (Podcast Review)

3 Great Apps to Help You Budget TODAY

This post contains affiliate links. Happy Tuesday! Budgeting is such a simple part of mastering our finances, we have to visit it a lot. I've written on this topic in several other blog posts. And I dedicated an entire chapter to budgeting in my book Graduated and Clueless (which happens to be a free ebook … Continue reading 3 Great Apps to Help You Budget TODAY

8 Audiobooks I Listened to in 2018 (Part 1)

This post contains affiliate links. Happy Resource Friday! Today I thought I would give a short outline of some of the books I listened to in 2018 in a similar post to the one I made about the 21 impactful books I read last year. Because of my 45 minute drive to and from work, … Continue reading 8 Audiobooks I Listened to in 2018 (Part 1)