I’m not ashamed to admit that I was afraid to deal with our money problems head-on before our rock bottom moment that put our family on a path to debt freedom. My fear was real. I was concerned about what others might think, that we’re not supposed to talk about our money openly, and most […]
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Whether you’re doing it as a career or just a side hustle, freelancing can be a great way of generating income. There are, however, a lot of extra responsibilities that can come with freelancing compared to a standard office job. Here are six tools every freelancer needs to take their work to the next level. […]
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When I stepped foot in my freshmen dorm for the first time, I had no worries about how hard my classes would be, how much student loan debt I might graduate with, or how I would manage a heavy workload while trying to stay social. Instead, I was concerned about meeting new friends, where we […]
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This post contains affiliate links. It helps keep the lights on here at Debt Discipline. Welcome to our September net worth update. September was supposed to be a low-key month for us, or so we thought. We had no big plans for September other than a parents weekend at my daughter’s college. A medical issue […]
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The bucket list: a list of items you’d like to complete before you die. I have written about different bucket list over the years. I’ve compiled my traditional bucket list, a financial bucket list, revisited them both in 2015, and I think one of my favorites was the fill your bucket list challenge Maggie over […]
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Do you play fantasy sports? Well if you do you are among the over 59 million other USA and Canadians who do. Believe it or not, fantasy sports is not considered gambling; it’s considered a game of skill. By definition, gambling means to play games of chance for money or take risky action in the […]
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Are you familiar with the phrase “jumped the shark” or “jumping the shark”? If not, take a few minutes now to watch the youtube clip to see where it originated. That original television moment occurred in 1977, and during the mid-1980s the term was coined to refer to something that is believed to be past […]
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This post contains affiliate links. It helps keep the lights on here at Debt Discipline. Welcome to our August net worth update. We finally slow it down a bit in August. The focused for the month was in preparation for our twins to head off to college and our youngest son’s return to high school. […]
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There were a few tears shed as my wife, and I dropped our daughter off and moved her in on campus to begin her college career. It’s an emotional time for many parents and students. There are so many changes that take place in a short period. One minute you are living at home, and […]
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Over the past couple of weeks, two of my favorite blogs were sold. There were various reason for their sale, but gaining back valuable time to dedicate to offline high priority items were a common goal for each site’s sales. I can relate. It’s one of the main reasons I’ve moved to a once a […]
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