Deciding on whether to pay off your mortgage early can be a smart move, but it isn’t going to magically change your financial decisions.
Toxic financial habits can ruin your financial future. But bad habits can be broken, if you wake yourself up to what is going on and make changes!
How we talk to people matters. I’m learning to hold my tongue and think about how I word things so that the conversation can continue and be open.
Reactive spending can create habits that are hard to break. Paying off debt and recovering from reactive spending is tough. But there is hope!
Learning to enjoy the outdoors is tough. Backpacking is helping me enjoy nature and connect with people. Hiking is tough, but it is worth it!
Is marriage easy? Thinking about how to create a thriving marriage can help with your relationship. Everyone wants to be happy, but why do some fail?
Creating the future we want involves working on how we can get the most out of the present. The balance is tough, but worth it!
How do successful business owners reach success? Is it 100% luck? I interviewed what these people had to say, and found some common habits.
Boost your retirement savings rate by maxing out your 401k. It can be hard to contribute that much money to your 401k, but your future self will thank you.
Figuring out why I want to increase my net worth is enlightening. Fighting for what matters most can help us decide how to spend our hard earned money.
The debt snowball has many mental benefits when paying off debt. This article goes through the psychology and why it is worth considering.
Should you implement the debt snowball or debt avalanche technique? Both options are good, but the debt snowball will cost you more time and money.