I Must Do the Thing I Think I Cannot Do

Tweet In life, we are made up of our actions. The actions you choose make up the experiences you have. When you think back over your life, the ideas you have, the thoughts you have had, are all based on the actions you have taken (or not taken) during your life. So if we keep […]

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July Income and Expenses Report

Tweet It’s already August, so it’s time for another income and expenses report. I love going back through the month to see how we did. At the end I’ll explain a little more about my lax method of budgeting and income and expenses. INCOME This is usually our best month of the year, and it […]

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How I Handle an Irregular Income

Tweet This month will be a little different. I won’t actually be sharing our income and expenses for June. As noted in my post Stolen: $1084, my laptop was stolen. It had Quickbooks and all of my data. While I do have a lot of it backed up, I didn’t have June backed up. Instead […]

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Stolen: $1,084

Tweet My laptop bag was stolen in New York City. It’s actually a crazy story. We had the Uhaul with the Coke and Mentos Rocket Car next to the Letterman studio. We went to drive it to the Early Show around 5am so we put all of our luggage in the back. My friend closed […]

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I Found Money and Something Else..

Tweet Have you ever felt this way? Money is tight. It feels like Murphy lives in your house, and the world is against you. That’s how I felt five years ago. We were moving from upstate New York to New Hampshire. We couldn’t buy a house in New Hampshire because I didn’t have a job. […]

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What I Learned from the Prosperity Game

Tweet I like to look at the way I think about money. I’ve learned, through the process of becoming debt free, that each dollar counts. I can make the choice of what I want to do with it, and those small decisions can change what I experience in life. Recently I’ve been trying to learn […]

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May Income and Expenses Report

Tweet Every month I still create a budget, even though I’ve been debt free for three years. I print it out and put it on the refrigerator. It’s a constant reminder to keep on top of my finances. My husband and I have a sporadic income since we are both self employed. Keeping track of […]

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5 Tips for the Money Saving Mom

Tweet  Thanks to Alban for this guest post! Being a mom is a full time job, which requires a large set of skills. From entertaining to educating kids, moms need to be creative, patient, good at listening and outstanding at multi-tasking. Considering most families have a limited budget and plenty of requirements, moms need […]

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Invest Responsibly: Make the World a Better Place

Tweet Thanks to Sharon Smith for this guest post! The economy is slowly turning around. It is now time to get back on our feet, take charge of our own finances, get out of debts and start investing to make up for the losses incurred over the last few years. While you rebuild your finances, […]

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Millionaire Series Part 2 – Become Debt Free Rule #1

Tweet Get Debt Free – Rule #1 The number one rule to becoming debt free: BE HONEST. Being honest doesn’t just mean don’t lie. Being honest means admitting those things that you don’t want to admit, uncovering things that don’t want to be uncovered, and remembering things you don’t want to remember. Listen to Your […]

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