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Category: Financial Freedom

How to Never Pay Bank Fees

It’s often the small expenses in life that seem to make our money just disappear. They tend to leave us wondering where exactly our money has gone? A few dollars […]

What To Do With a Small Windfall?

Receiving a lump sum of money is awesome, but for people seeking Financial Freedom deciding the best thing to do with that windfall can be challenging. Whether it’s an unexpected […]

Shift How You Think About Spending

Being intimately familiar with where you money is going is an integral building block to reaching Financial Freedom. But as important as it is, I know a lot of high […]

Investing in Real Estate

Real estate is an excellent way to diversify your investment portfolio and build income streams. The problem is that people are often drawn to real estate investing based on misconceptions […]

Merry Christmas

As 2017 comes to a close, and the prospect of a whole new year lies ahead, I find it’s always an excellent opportunity to reflect on the many changes a […]

The Average of 5

The one thing I hear from people the most often when we start to talk about taking steps towards financial freedom, is “I don’t have time”. I get it. I […]

Veg Your Way To Financial Freedom

Over the past several years I’ve tried to become more intentional with my choices. It’s challenging to stop and force myself to question what I’m doing, or why I’m doing […]

10 Ways to Avoid Christmas Over-Spending

It’s December. Already. While it’s already been Christmas season for a month anywhere that sells stuff, most of us are just starting to gear up for the “season of giving”. Sometimes […]

2 Critical Questions You Should Always Ask

Part of being successful both financially and otherwise requires us to be intentional with the choices we make in our lives, the big and the small. Analyzing our given situation, […]

Everyday I’m Hustlin’

Side Hustles are becoming a big trend these days. And for good reason. You can increase your income substantially, with the added flexibility of being your own boss, having choice […]

How Much Is Enough?

A few posts ago we talked about some of the negative impacts of overscheduling, and how simplifying your obligations can improve both your quality of life and produce financial gains. […]

Allowances Aren’t Just For Kids

Giving yourself a spending allowance is a great way to have some cash available for autonomous and guilt free purchases,  while having the added benefit of reducing unnecessary purchases and […]

The Busy Effect

Nine times out of ten, what is the answer you get from people when you ask them “How have you been?”, “How are things?”. Busy. I’ve been busy. We’ve been […]