A situation came up recently where I was stressed out about money. It doesn't happen as often as it used to but it still comes up occasionally. Next year, my mom will be turning the big 5-0. For her birthday, she's decided she wants to go to Disney World. We plan to go in February… Continue reading Monetary Stress
A and I got back from our anniversary trip yesterday! We had a good time but some of my budget estimates were off. Food: $521.32. We ate out every meal starting Sunday breakfast through Saturday lunch. I was so ready to eat at home by the end of it. A and I don't eat out… Continue reading Anniversary Trip Part 2
I’ve been curious about going vegan because I am a huge animal lover. A’s friend Nick made the switch to being a vegan awhile back and I asked A to reach out to him so I could ask him some questions. If you’d like to know more about Nick and follow his fitness journey you… Continue reading An Interview with a Vegan Weight Lifter
No real blog post tonight! I’m in Austin to do a practice test tomorrow so I didn’t have much time to write today. BUT I have several ideas for things coming up such as interviews with a vegan weight lifter and a student who works full time but still makes travel a priority. I also… Continue reading Work in Progress
It's finally October! I love October. It's the beginning to the holiday season. There are 53 days til Thanksgiving and 86 days until Christmas! My dad's, husband's and nephew's birthday are all this month! My nephew is turning 21 so that's exciting for him. Most importantly, October is my husband's and my 6th year dating/1… Continue reading October!
Disclaimer: this is by no means financial advice and I am not a financial adviser. The following is just my plan and I cant say if it will work for sure or not. There is a concept within the debt free community called FI/RE or Financial Independence/ Retire Early and it is literally my life… Continue reading Life Goals: Early Retirement
Unpopular opinion: I am not opposed to student loans. I see a lot of posts online where people seem to have a lot of regret for taking on student loans. I don't regret my student loans. I wouldn't have been able to pay for college otherwise. I lived paycheck to paycheck throughout college and that… Continue reading Student Loans and Guilt