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Baby Boomer Super Saver

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Baby Boomer Super Saver
Traditional Retirement
Catch-up retirement savings, budgeting, side hustle, saving, health, retirement tax planning
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California, United States
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Celebration time! I’m excited to share that Baby Boomer Super Saver has successfully reached the 6-month mark. It’s our 6-month blogiversary! As a neophyte blogger who is not very tech savvy, the learning curve has been rather steep. Yet, I am making progress and I’m very excited about the growth of this blog. The interaction … Continue reading "Unexpected Rewards From My First 6 Months Blogging (Blogiversary)" The post Unexpected Rewards ...
Posted: Feb 28 2018 @ 7:15 PM
It’s easy to overspend on hobbies.  There was a time when my husband and I thought we “deserved” to reward ourselves with expensive hobbies.  We worked hard, and played hard.  It would have been great if we’d had a few money-making hobbies back then! Those expensive hobbies contributed to our inability to save for retirement.  … Continue reading "10 Fun Hobbies to Make Money for Retirement." The post 10 Fun Hobbies ...
Posted: Feb 10 2018 @ 3:23 AM
More people than ever are embracing direct sales, and that number is growing every year.  Ever wonder why' Participation in a direct sales or network marketing company allows you to purchase products you love at a discount, which is a great benefit all by itself.  People also get involved in direct sales for the flexible … Continue reading "Make Extra Cash with Direct Sales and Boost Retirement Savings." The post Make ...
Posted: Jan 25 2018 @ 5:02 AM
People in the FIRE community love to travel.  For many who become Financially Independent and Retire Early, that’s the whole point.  Give up the cubicle and explore the world!  Learning to travel hack will get you started. Travel Hack = Save Money on Travel Expenses and/or Travel for Free. Whether independently wealthy, or still working … Continue reading "How to Travel Hack Without Using Credit Card Points." The post How to ...
Posted: Jan 17 2018 @ 5:44 AM
Flexible Spending Account'  I’d been working hard at saving the world in my current social work position when I first heard of the Health Flexible Spending Account (FSA) benefit available through my job. One whole year had gone by since I started this job, and using an FSA for saving money on health care wasn’t … Continue reading "How to Save Money with a Flexible Spending Account." The post How to ...
Posted: Nov 06 2017 @ 6:32 AM
Are you passionate about herbs' Ever thought about turning your love of herbs into a little side business to save more money for retirement' I started down the herbal path years ago, when I surprised my husband by signing us both up for a local herb class. He had commented that our meals tasted so … Continue reading "Stuff Your Retirement Account with Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme!" The post Stuff ...
Posted: Oct 29 2017 @ 4:02 AM
If you can grow a garden, learn how to forage for wild food, become your own chef, and get to know just 10 herbs to spice up your meals and keep you out of restaurants, then you may be able to save even more F-You money! I learned about F-You money from a talented group … Continue reading "What Is F-You Money, and What Does It Have To Do With ...
Posted: Oct 22 2017 @ 1:14 AM
You may be wondering, like I was, what is Chautauqua' At first, I thought it was like a living history gathering I attended once in Wyoming, which was also called Chautauqua.  That one featured talks, music, entertaining exhibits and friendly competitions. Sort of like a Renaissance Fair, but more of a Mountain Man Rendezvous where … Continue reading "You Should Experience Chautauqua at Least Once in Your Lifetime and Here’s ...
Posted: Oct 18 2017 @ 1:12 PM
If you read our money story and how we struggled to get out of debt, you know that our biggest mistake was not saving money.  Once we became sick and tired of being sick and tired, we went to work to get out of debt. We cut up our credit cards and switched to a … Continue reading "How The FIRE Community Is Going To Change Your Retirement Strategy." The post ...
Posted: Oct 10 2017 @ 5:33 AM
My family lived with the stress of debt far longer than we should have before my husband and I finally woke up, changed our ways, and began saving our money. We struggled through the Great Recession of 2007 – 2009.  At that time, I had my own early childhood education business. Due to the economic … Continue reading "How Our Money Story Can Help You Improve Your Finances." The post How ...
Posted: Sep 18 2017 @ 5:00 AM


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