A realistic budget for the future. (Sooner-Rather-Than-Later-Retirement, Part 3).

Hello world! Well, last year I barely wrote a thing and now it’s only been one hot minute since my last post and I may as well keep on truckin’… :). Today I am trying to figure out how to create a realistic monthly budget to stick to that comes to less than $1,000 per month, to allow me to work part-time rather than full-time […]

Link-love #28

For the previous iteration of this longstanding series of posts, click here. I read the following article in Psychology Today this week which was interesting; Mothers Are Drowning in Stress: New research suggests saving U.S. mothers should be a national priority. I’m not a parent but having seen a similar struggle with my own parents, I do understand. This article does a decent job of […]

Sooner-Rather-Than-Later-Retirement, Part 2.

Something I like to do when I get nervous is count my marbles. Looking at the numbers and looking at my savings gives me reassurance that won’t be broke like I was once and that I have some breathing room to be JUST FINE regardless of what curve balls I come across in life. I’m feeling quite nervous regarding my income status these days and […]