If you follow me on social media you will know that for the last seven months I have been very, very slowly working on my fitness. I hope I am smart enough to have learned not to rush into things and hurt myself or burn out or let perfectionism get the best of me. Yep. … Continue reading Ways to Save: Running Gear
It took over a month of reflection to figure out what my goals for this year were to be. At the end of 2018 I completed all of my financial goals. If you have been following along you know that January screwed some of that up, but we're back on track and well on our … Continue reading Giving – The gift of YOU.
If you follow me on social (Instagram is where I am most active) you will have seen that I've been having a bit of a rough time of late and that last week I had a no good, very bad, day. One of those black days where it all seems overwhelming and you aren't sure … Continue reading Tami and the no good, very bad, day.
My 2019 personal value goal is consistency. We've heard it a hundred times that, "It's not what you do sometimes, but what you do most of the time," that matters. And I knew that. We all know that. We don't always feel it though. Or see it in our lives. Over the few years I … Continue reading Consistency for the win!
Working on SSDI means you are limited to $1,100 a month or you lose your benefits. Losing the income would be difficult, but losing the medical would be deadly. This said, during times when I am not so bad off I try to come up with ways to bring in additional income that is unearned. … Continue reading Side gig – Sign up bonuses
In real life things often come up that interfere with our fantasies of how debt pay off or investment build up will look like. We plan and plan and plan some more and sh*t happens. That's just life. By the way, I'm saying this with amusement, not dour sadness and frustration. If things went to … Continue reading Real life; not fantasy.
Not a super sexy title and behind on the times, but I needed some time to really think about what my goals were. 2018 was so financially motivated that now, with less financial things to think about I struggled to really clarify my goals. I needed this time to make sense of what they needed … Continue reading 2019 Financial Goals
Hello my terrific friends! Welcome back to the party. January afforded me incredible opportunities to practice gratitude and my "make do" muscles while getting very clear and appreciable evidence that going no sugar impacted my anxiety at unbelievable levels. Truly having all that sh*t hit the fan in the middle of a January Whole30 was … Continue reading Heaps of wonderful and one unfortunate blunder.
I ended 2018 on such a high note. Six years after discovering Mr. Money Mustache, I finally met all the financial goals I set out to complete in a year. I had an emergency fund, got my mortgage under $50k, and paid off my credit cards. And then, 2019 came in - pardon me - like … Continue reading Sh*t hits the fan y’all.
I had consumer debt (credit card debt), student loans, and a car loan. All of them charging me interest. I managed to shave years from my pay off date and save thousands in interest by utilizing this credit card hack. I opened a Discover card with 0% interest for 14 months. I then transferred my … Continue reading Debt free – faster!