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3 Sawwweet Businesses You Can Start From Home

  June 18

Please note: This post was created in collaboration with DigitalMediaCircle. One of the best (and most stressful, exciting, scary, & amazing) things I’ve done for myself is start a small business from the comfort of my own home. It was so much work and so many hours, but when I finally became a full time … Continued

For All The People Who Want To Buy A House Overseas

  June 18

Please note: This post was created in collaboration with DigitalMediaCircle. Older readers of mine will know that I lived overseas for almost three years in the Caribbean. I wrote tons about my time there, namely about all of the weird and yet awesome experiences that come with living abroad. I always found it interesting when … Continued

What to Do with a Big Income Increase

  May 7

Today’s guest post is by Emily from Evolving Personal Finance.  Emily and her husband live in Durham, NC; they are PhD candidates by day and PF bloggers by night. Cat and her husband and I and my husband are facing a problem everyone would love to have: we are anticipating big income jumps in the … Continued

How I Saved Money On My Wedding Dress

  May 1

Hi blog peeps! I hope everyone is having a great weekend! I wanted to share this old post with you that I published way back in the day when no one read my blog. 🙂 It basically describes how I saved a ton of money on my wedding dress by wearing my moms! I hope … Continued

Is it Selfish to Not Have Kids?

  April 23

This is DC from Young Adult Money. While Cat is away on maternity leave I’m filling in and talking about the benefits of, well, not having kids! Don’t worry, I made sure this topic was okay with Cat beforehand 😉 My wife and I are a “DINK” couple – Dual Income No Kids. While we … Continued

Money Lessons I’d Teach My Younger Self

  April 21

Please welcome the very talented Kali of Common Sense Millennial who is working hard to become a full time freelancer very soon! After you’re finished with the post, go ahead and follow her updates on Twitter @CSMillennial Decisions we should have made or actions we should have taken in the past seem painfully obvious to … Continued

How to Serve a Frugal Easter Dinner

  April 16

Please welcome back the Laurie of The Frugal Farmer. She was so sweet to submit two posts for my maternity leave, and I really, really appreciate it!! In case you didn’t read her last post, Laurie is an awesome mama, blogger, and debt repayment queen. You’ll love her tips on how to serve a frugal … Continued

Saving on Baby Expenses During the First Year

  April 9

Please welcome the lovely Laurie of The Frugal Farmer. Laurie is an awesome mama, blogger, and debt repayment queen. I’m so happy to have her on the blog today! (Pssst: Yep, those are my twins on the left! I owe y’all an update! Until then, enjoy Laurie’s expert wisdom!) As a mother of four kids, … Continued

What Should You Do with Your Kids’ Gift Money?

  April 7

Please welcome my friend Matt Becker, founder of Mom and Dad Money, who is dedicated to helping new parents build happy families by making money simple. My wife and I are incredibly lucky to have two awesome sons. Our oldest just turned 2 and our youngest is now 3 months old. Both of those numbers … Continued

The Evolution of Parenting: Are We Pressing Our Kids Too Far?

  April 2

Please welcome Brian from Luke1428! He’s one of my favorite writers on the Interwebs, and I know you’ll enjoy this one! Wouldn’t it be great if children were born with a manual? Doctor hands the blanketed newborn to the mother along with a 3-volume set entitled “Parenting 101: Everything You’ll Need to Know About Raising … Continued
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