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A Baby Daddy’s View on Fatherhood and Money

  March 31

Happy Monday, everyone! I’m so excited that my friend Grayson from DebtRoundup and SproutWealth is stopping in today to share all his knowledge on being a financially savvy baby daddy. I know you’ll enjoy this one! Thanks, Grayson! It has been a little over a year since I became a baby daddy. My son was … Continued

I Don’t Have a Boyfriend, but I’m Planning My Wedding

  March 26

Hi Everyone! I’m so very excited to announce that I am officially a mom! 🙂 I had the twins just a few days ago, and I can’t wait to share all the details with you very, very soon! They are amazing, and the hubs and I are so in love with them. Since we are … Continued

12 Bloggers You Should Know: Women’s Power Wednesdays

  March 19

Remember two weeks ago when I showered some love and praise on some awesome female bloggers? Well, it’s time for another dose of that, peeps, so get ready to be inspired! It’s still the month of March, which means Women’s History Month is still marching on! Last month I featured some super successful solopreneurs. Today, I’m … Continued

You CAN Go On a Nice Trip If You Do Your Research

  March 7

If you’re planning your next trip, you may be dreaming of swanky locations by the sea or sipping wine by candlelight, but let’s face it, that sounds a little expensive! However, with a little bit of research, careful planning, and a budget, you can go on a nice trip, and it might not be as … Continued

Heidi and Spencer Blew Through 10 Million Dollars

  March 4

I don’t know if any of you remember Heidi and Spencer Pratt. They are reality TV stars who were on the show The Hills a few years back. Just to jog your memory, Heidi famously got 10 different plastic surgeries in one day, and like many young celebrities, the two of them had fancy cars, … Continued

Don’t Be Scuured: Checking Your Credit Score

  March 4

Just a few days ago, I got a little monitoring alert for my credit score, and holla! it rose by 15 points. I’m not sure why I had a positive change, but my guess is that I am slowly paying down my student loans and might have increased my debt to credit ratio by getting … Continued

Free Tools to Manage Finances and Avoid Bankruptcy

  March 3

Don’t you just love free? I know I do, especially because managing your finances is the key to financial success and avoiding bankruptcy and financial disaster. For many people, however, this can be difficult. Thankfully, there are a lot of tools available that you can use to manage your finances and debt load. Here are … Continued

What is Credit Card Churning?

  February 12

You asked, peeps, so I’m answering: “What is Credit Card Churning?” Credit card churning is the process of applying for credit cards several times a year, spending on them to earn a big introductory bonus, and then closing them out before the annual fee comes due. It sounds cray cray but it’s true, and there … Continued

Is Leasing a Car All That Bad?

  February 10

I mentioned in a previous post that my sister in law just got a new car. For a while there, she was talking about leasing a car, and like any good PF blogger big sister, I was all “Whoa…hold up!” It turns out, there could be some good arguments for leasing even though I’d never … Continued

How To Budget College Students Funds

  January 27

My parents gave me $200 a month for spending money in college, and it taught me a lot about budgeting and only spending what I had. So, I was happy to accept this guest post from my friend Jason, who shares a lot of great insight on making sure your new college freshman understands money … Continued
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