8 Creative Ways to Save Money With Family and Friends

Saving Money with Friends and Family

My mom is always thinking of new, creative ways to save money with family and friends. So, as a blogger, of course I asked her to share these hacks with all of you! Hopefully you can implement one (or all) of these strategies into your own life and discover new-found expense reductions. Enjoy!

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How to Make Clutter Work for Your Wallet

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Today’s guest post comes from Ainsley Lawrence, a writer who is passionate about topics like life, work, finance, and all the things that impact us on a day-to-day basis. As someone who is always striving for optimization (as I’m sure many of you are), I thought that a declutter post would resonate with you all as well.Read More

Should You Eliminate Debt Before Reaching Retirement?

Should You Eliminate Your Debt Before Retirement

Today on the blog we have a guest post from Good Nelly about eliminating debt before retirement. She shares some solid advice about the best ways to handle your debt and all of the benefits of becoming debt free. If debt is something that is burdening your financial journey, this article is definitely one you should read.Read More

How Minimalism Can Help Your Finances

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Today I’m excited to share a guest post from Jill at Five Senses of Living. She dives into the philosophy behind minimalism and how this concept can supercharge your path to financial independence. She challenges conventional consumerism and if you read until the end, she has a challenge for you. Enjoy!


The road to FI is so much more than just finances. … Read More

How to Break Away from Financial Dependence on Your Parents

How to Break Away From Financial Dependence on Your Parents

Today’s guest post comes from Harper Reid, a New Zealand native who blogs over at Tumblr. In this post, she focuses on the action items someone should take in order to break away from financial dependence. If you’re looking to gain financial independence from your parents, this article is for you! Similarly, if your son or daughter needs a financial push, this article will lead them in the right direction.Read More

How Financial Independence Can Benefit Your Relationship | Jenny from Living Life Loving Us

Back at FinCon in late September of 2018, I was fortunate enough to meet Jenny and Jimmy from Living Life Loving Us. We had chatted several times via Twitter, Instagram, and blog comments, but this amazing couple truly swept me off my feet when we all met up in person! Uncoincidentally, Jenny and Jimmy were strikingly similar to my girlfriend Lauren and I, but a few years older.Read More

11 Strategies for Raising a Money-Smart Kid | Guest Post from my Mom!

Today I get to share a very special guest post with you! I asked my mom, Ruth, to share her parenting strategies and what she did to raise me into a money-smart, financial-independence-crazy entrepreneur. She’s one of the best people I know and she’s the reason why I am who I am. Enjoy!


Cody asked me if I would write a post for his blog about how to be frugal and raise a money-smart kid.… Read More

What I’d Tell my 20-year Old Self about Financial Freedom | Joseph Hogue

What I'd Tell My 20-Year Old Self About Financial Freedom

Today I get to share a guest post with you from Joseph Hogue. He explains what financial freedom means to him, and how he discovered and later re-discovered FIRE. Join him as he shares all the financial lessons he’s learned from the FIRE movement. Enjoy!


Financial freedom can mean different things to everyone. Find your definition early and you’ll be one step closer to achieving it.… Read More

Crushing Your Debt Demons | Ashley from Budgets Made Easy

I don’t talk about debt very often due to the fact that I was fortunate enough to avoid it. However, I do understand that debt can crush people and leave their financial houses in shambles. That’s why I decided to bring in someone who faced the debt demon head on and eventually persevered.

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From Unemployment to Geoarbitrage | Rob from “Getting Canned”

Today’s guest post comes from Rob at “Getting Canned”. He’s had quite the FI journey so far and I really think you’ll enjoy reading his story. From unemployment to geoarbitrage, Rob’s been through it all. Nobody can tell his story better than he can though. Enjoy the read!


First of all, thanks to Cody for allowing me to tell my story here.… Read More