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Ms. Montana

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Name:
Montana Money Adventures
Category:
General Finance
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Start Year:
2016

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Net worth:
$560,000.00
Location:
Flathead Valley, Montana, United States
Age:
30s
Race:
White
Gender:
Female
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Writer
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Latest Blog Posts

And how we can overcome them! . I remember the first time my husband and I talked about taking a mini-retirement. We were newly married, $55,000 is debt and earning about a $1000 a month. It might seem that we had no business even talking about such things! But I’m a firm believer that if you really know what you want out […] The post 4 Reasons People Fail to Take ...
Posted: Nov 20 2017 @ 10:23 AM
I’m so excited to introduce you all to Mike and Margee! Mike had been a reader of this blog for a while and we finally met up in Montana last summer! Here’s how they stepped away from their jobs and are using the equity from their home sale to help fund the next two years […] The post Mini-Retirement Mastered: Mike and Margee! appeared first on . ...
Posted: Nov 14 2017 @ 10:24 AM
October expenses were crazy low and make it seem like we lived under a rock for the month. In fact, October was a nuttso month for us on so many fronts. I can’t even. I had no idea when we started where this mini-retirement would take us. I’ve been having a hard time wrapping my mind around how much life has changed over the last two years. As a person who ...
Posted: Nov 07 2017 @ 10:37 AM
Do you have those friends you are just dying to introduce to all your other friends? In this new guest post series, I am so excited to introduce you to some of the amazing people I have met who are taking a mini-retirement too! They spill on all the juicy details of how they pulled this off and what it’s really like. Everyone has such diverse situations, I think you ...
Posted: Oct 31 2017 @ 10:33 AM
My oldest turned 10. 10! Double digits. We have had a lot of conversations about money, saving, working and buying things based on value. But all our kids know 10 is when you get to enter the grown-up world of money in our house. Up to this point, my kids have been earning money 3 ways. Doing small chores around the house: laundry, dusting, cleaning the bathroom, ect. A small side business: 2 ...
Posted: Oct 24 2017 @ 10:56 AM
We don’t just need friends who are good with money. But our social circles will directly impact our personal finances. Maybe you have heard the Jim Rohn quote, “You become like the 5 people you spend the most time with.” Over the years, I’ve become more discerning in what percent of my time is spent with different types of people. I’m a naturally loyal to the end, kind of person. ...
Posted: Oct 17 2017 @ 11:48 AM
  Every once in a while, everything falls into place! It’s been almost 2 years since we walked away from the 9-5 jobs. September was a long-awaited “Ah-ha!” moment for me. Two big things happened for me in September. I worked. And I rested. And it was AMAZING! Ok, let me unpack that a bit more. I worked: I generally tinker around with my blog stuff for an hour, two hours, maybe three hours a ...
Posted: Oct 10 2017 @ 12:12 PM
You know what posts/articles/books I almost never read? The crazy success stories. Not in personal finance, not in business, not in personal accomplishment. It makes for great headlines and grabs a lot of eyeballs. But I don’t think they are useful and are often actually quite harmful. Here’s why I think we ought to avoid them and what to focus on instead. 3 Reasons to Avoid the Crazy Sucess Stories 1. It ...
Posted: Oct 03 2017 @ 11:00 AM
Fall, school and cooler weather are in full swing here! Every quarter I take a full week to read, think, plan and do my quarterly review. Of all my habits, I would have to say this one moves the needle for me the most! Plus my friends from Freedom is Groovy are in Montana this week! It’s been the perfect excuse to take some hikes and enjoy the Flathead Valley. I ...
Posted: Sep 26 2017 @ 10:44 AM
So, it’s not even Summer anymore! But I lost this book for 2 months, then looked at the library (to no avail) then finally found it this week. It’s our very last book in the summer reading party. So if you prefer reading in the fall vs. summer season, this is perfect!   Daring Greatly by Brene Brown might have seemed like an odd fit for our summer reading party. There is ...
Posted: Sep 23 2017 @ 1:38 PM

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