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Ms. Fiology

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Ms. Fiology - A Redemptive Study in Achieving Financial Independence
General Finance
Debt Freedom, Frugality, Financial Independence, Investing, Career Hacking, Tax Efficiency, Stories of Recovery, Healthy Living, Side Hustles.
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Woodmere, Ohio, United States
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SINK (Single Income, No Kids)
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With today being Veteran’s Day it seemed like a good time to write a tribute to a very special veteran – my Dad.  If you’ve read or heard my story before, you know that my Father and I have not always been close. However, in my recovery from addiction my Dad & I have been … A Tribute to a Veteran – My Dad Read More » The post A ...
Posted: Nov 12 2018 @ 8:30 AM
Interview with Making Momentum I was recently interviewed by Scott from Making Momentum. Scott is a Canadian millennial who is on a mission to take control of his money and life. He started his personal finance and personal development blog to connect with other like-minded individuals. If you haven’t checked out his site yet, I highly … Redemption & Financial Independence Read More » The post Redemption & Financial Independence appeared ...
Posted: Nov 08 2018 @ 8:30 AM
Thankfulness Challenge I was lovingly asked to participate in a gratitude challenge for the month of November. What better time to reflect on all that I’m grateful for than the month which holds Thanksgiving? Andrea from Saving Joyfully and Melody from Her Design Life had the idea for this challenge and brought along some other bloggers. … Gratitude is a State of Mind Read More » The post Gratitude is a ...
Posted: Nov 05 2018 @ 8:30 AM
Today is the first day of open enrollment for the individual marketplace.  Additionally, it is open enrollment for a lot of employer-sponsored plans as well as Medicare. This past weekend I taught the basics of healthcare 101 in my ChooseFI North East Ohio.  Health insurance seems to be a timely topic. Andrea from Saving Joyfully … Health Insurance 101: Options during open enrollment Read More » The post Health Insurance ...
Posted: Nov 01 2018 @ 7:30 AM
I completed my debt pay off journey on December 29, 2017.  Just like my sobriety date, I’ll never forget it.  I lived with my parents during the final 15 months and once the debt was gone, I started making plans of where I’d live next. The whole world was my oyster and so I had … The Benefits of Walking to Work Read More » The post The Benefits of ...
Posted: Oct 29 2018 @ 7:30 AM
During the year and a half I lived with my folks to intensely pay off my debt, I learned to live on less. I made sacrifices and spent little money. Basically, I put all of my money into either my emergency fund or towards my debt. In this phase of my life, I learned that less … Less Leads to More Read More » The post Less Leads to More appeared ...
Posted: Oct 25 2018 @ 7:54 AM
Firstly, I think the title of this article should just be negotiating for a raise. Period. However, apparently, it’s a bit different for women. So, ladies, this one is for you! Would like some tips on how to negotiate for a raise as a woman? Yep, me too. Let’s explore this together Sage Advice on … Negotiating for a Raise as a Woman Read More » The post Negotiating for ...
Posted: Oct 22 2018 @ 7:30 AM
Welcome to part deux of my new series titled Brain Health. There is more to say about brains under stress! I’ve received enough encouragement to keep this series going, but as always I welcome all feedback, either in the comments or by contacting me. 🙂 Why am I writing a series on brain health on … Brain Health, part 2 – Stressed BrainsRead More » The post Brain Health, part ...
Posted: Oct 18 2018 @ 7:30 AM
My company gives quarterly reviews and sometimes it includes a bonus. Moreover, I receive raises. Within the last year, our director of operations asked me if I prefer receiving a bonus or a raise. Without giving it too much thought, I said I’d prefer a raise. As a result, I no longer receive bonuses but … Bonus or a raise – what would you choose?Read More » The post Bonus ...
Posted: Oct 15 2018 @ 7:30 AM
I had another post almost ready to go out for tomorrow – part 2 in my new brain health series. However, something surprisingly lovely happened to me tonight. An amends was made to me and I’m inspired to write out it. It’s Never Too Late This is basically the slogan of my life, right? I … Surprising Amends – It’s never too late to reconcile with people from your ...
Posted: Oct 11 2018 @ 7:30 AM


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