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Personal finance, college, retirement, budgeting, frugality, Christian, early retirement, meal prepping, millennial
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Welcome to my first monthly reading report! MY goal is to highlight the best content I’ve read of all time. Rather than try to find the hottest and latest articles, my hope is to point you to some of the most timeless and in-depth articles I’ve ever read. My goal with these monthly posts is […] The post The Best Articles on Improving your Career: Monthly Reading (Vol 1) appeared first ...
Posted: Oct 29 2018 @ 8:11 AM
Creating a fully funded emergency fund should be the first step for people trying to get their finances in order. These days the average American only has about $400 of emergency cash on hand. That’s hardly enough to pay for a month’s worth of food, let alone other basic needs such as housing and utilities. […] The post The Definitive Guide: How to Start & Build an Emergency Fund appeared first ...
Posted: Oct 24 2018 @ 8:24 AM
If you’ve ever attempted a keto diet (known officially as a ketogenic diet), then you know how hard it can be to find food that you 1) like to eat, 2) that is affordable, and 3) won’t take you forever to cook. The answer to all three of these issues is this incredible list of […] The post 43 Easy Keto Meal Prep Recipes to Save Time & Eat Right appeared ...
Posted: Oct 15 2018 @ 8:41 AM
Today I want to start with a question. What is one of the most universally advised practices that so few people actually do? Think for a minute. Budgeting. Nearly every living person recognizes the value in creating a budget. Everyone knows how important they are to saving money. Retirement experts, financial advisors, and money bloggers […] The post The 50/30/20 Rule: Is it the Best Budget for you? appeared first on ...
Posted: Oct 08 2018 @ 9:25 AM
There’s an old approach to handling work-life balance called the “Four Burners Theory.” The idea is simple. We all have four burners that we can devote our time, energy, and resources into: Family Friends Work Health But here’s the problem… We all have limited time available to pursue these important aspects of life. We’re stretched […] The post The 5 Burners of Personal Finance & Chasing Financial Goals appeared first on ...
Posted: Oct 04 2018 @ 7:59 AM
If there is one lesson I’ve learned since graduating from college four years ago it’s that consistency is the key to success.  Consistency is the Key to Success This is true for nearly anything. Whether you’re trying to save money, lose 20 lbs, read more books, or have a great relationship with your spouse, these […] The post Relaunch | Finding Purpose, Direction, and Focus in Blogging appeared first on PF ...
Posted: Oct 01 2018 @ 8:45 AM
You know why April is the best month? Yep! It’s my birthday month. I’m 25 years old. Quarter of a century. I can rent a car without paying an extra fee. All that fun jazz. Now, I’m really not a big celebration kinda guy but my last three birthdays have been pretty awful. 2015: Moved […] The post 25 by 25: Setting Life Goals for the Next 12 Months appeared first ...
Posted: May 01 2018 @ 3:00 AM
I’ve been putting this challenge off for months, but the time has come. I’m going to take 12 weeks to see exactly what it takes to lower our monthly food bill and save money on groceries. Everyone knows that food is one of the biggest monthly expenses and it probably has the most variability from […] The post The Great Big “Save Money on Groceries” 12 Week Challenge appeared first on ...
Posted: Apr 23 2018 @ 3:00 AM
When it comes to money, most people are fragile, scared, and don’t know what they’re doing. Think about it… In 2017 the average savings rate of Americans was 2.8% of income, the lowest that has been recorded.   A study by the Federal Reserve showed that 50% of Americans couldn’t come up with $400 in […] The post 3 Tiers of Financial Resiliency: How to create a shock-proof life appeared first ...
Posted: Apr 17 2018 @ 3:00 AM
Money is a funny thing. For one person it can cause enough stress and consume all of their focus, effort, and energy. It can make a person pursue a career they hate, pick up a second job or side gigs. Some people love to scrimp and save while others would rather binge and spend. It’s […] The post 9 Great Money Tips for Saver Spender Marriages appeared first on PF Geeks. ...
Posted: Apr 10 2018 @ 3:00 AM


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