I’d Like to Travel Everywhere Man

June 23, 2015

Last weekend I was working on an upcoming article that highlights the fun and affordability of some of the best regional summer events like festivals and events around the country. I found myself wishing I had a solid month of vacation saved up so I could visit all of these festivals when the Johnny Cash […]

How to Teach Kids the Value of a Dollar?

February 19, 2015

Teaching my kids the value of a dollar is something that’s important to me and I’m always trying to find ways to help them understand that process of earning & spending money isn’t as simple as swiping your credit card. There aren’t as many teaching moments as there were in my childhood because money is […]

4 Keys to a Better Life This Year

January 6, 2015

Do you have a good life? Maybe compared to some, yes. Perhaps compared to others, no. A lot of it depends on your perspective and how you measure your life. Last year I had a good life but sadly didn’t realize it until I was abducted by a UFO and held prisoner in an alien […]

15 Career Lessons from a Soccer Dad

December 17, 2014

Career tips are easy to come by but not always easy to follow. Here are some I’ve learned over the last several months from a motley crew of 8 year old boys – if they can do it, so can you! It all began last summer when I ran the tryouts for my son’s youth […]

How To Live With No Regrets

September 10, 2014

If you had to summarize everything you know about money into one sentence, could you do it? Just a few months ago I wouldn’t have been able to but now I can. In fact I can boil it down into just two words – No Regrets If you’re a stickler for finance I know you […]

Seven Steps to Investing in Yourself

April 10, 2014

Many of us spend the majority of our lives investing in other people’s projects and dreams.  We work long and hard each day to achieve the goals of our employers. We pay 15–45% of our income in taxes to pay for the plans and efforts of our country, state, and county. We invest our money in […]

What to Do After a Layoff

February 10, 2014

Deciding what to do after a layoff is tricky because there are so many things to think about at once when you’re laid off. You worry about how to pay your bills, find a new job, handle your expiring benefits, find health insurance, tell your friends and family, and relaunch your career. To help you […]

The Economy of You – How to Make Money in Your Spare Time

January 16, 2014

If you’ve been wanting to start earning extra money with some of your unique skills then Kimberly Palmer’s new book “The Economy of You” is a good read.  One of the things I like about Kim’s work is that she didn’t write it as an observer, she actually went through the process of starting her […]

50 Books for 2014

December 31, 2013

I’m on a mission to help bloggers create 50 books in 2014. Why? When I self-published last spring I had a reason to write (and finish) a book – the launch of the Debt Movement. Without that deadline the Debt Heroes book wouldn’t exist. During the process I met amazing people, learned a ton, and […]

Money Musings Overheard While Christmas Shopping

December 25, 2013

What do people in the malls think of Christmas consumerism? Here are some things I’ve heard people say: Checkout Man at Best Buy: Man, they brainwash everybody at Christmas. They flood you with ads and make you think you need this stuff. Guy 1 and Guy 2 in Line at Kohl’s: Guy 1 – Can […]

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