How We Stack Up to ESI Money’s Brilliant Wealth Building Tips!

This weekend, I read again one of my favorite articles by ESI Money, who retired at 52 with a 3 million dollar net worth. I love his personal finance blog, but I particularly love the post above because it summarizes some brilliant but very simple tips for building wealth. I was curious to see how my husband and I [...]

Why I Wouldn’t Support National Student Loan Forgiveness

This Labor Day holiday weekend, we had a group of about 30 friends over for a potluck dinner and drinks at our house. After a lil’ wine (maybe too much), the conversation SOMEHOW got around to “should the government wipe out all student loan debt” (because that’s the sort of thing our adorkable group of friends [...]

We’ve paid off 20k in Student Loans in July!!!!!!

So this is a short post to basically yell and scream with joy that we've successfully paid off 20k of loans this month!! This is WAYYYY more than we were expecting to have available to pay off for this month. A couple of things happened in July that helped increase our income significantly, most of which are [...]

How to Get Your Boss to Recognize & Reward Your Work

I’ll never forget my first annual performance review at my first full time job out of undergrad, before starting my masters. I was regularly putting in over 80 hour workweeks, taking on tons of new responsibilities on top of my regular workload, and getting noticed by my coworkers and clients on my strong work ethic and [...]