When I quit my job last year to go full-time with blogging and side hustling, not only did I lose my steady paycheck, I also lost my health insurance. The health insurance I had at my job was pretty good too. My employer paid my monthly premiums, which meant I paid nothing for my health […]
Life has changed a lot for me and my family since we had a baby earlier this year. Besides the obvious day-to-day changes that have happened, adding a baby into our life has also meant a significant change to our overall future financial plans. Retirement and financial independence isn’t the only thing we have to […]
One popular fintech app that I’ve never really promoted on this blog is an app called Acorns. It’s what you’d call a micro-investing or micro-savings app. Here’s how it works. You link your credit and debit cards to Acorns. The app then monitors all of your transactions on those cards. Whenever you make a transaction, […]
Recently, a friend of mine asked me what he should do about his current car situation and as we got to talking about it, it occurred to me that our discussion might make a good blog post that could examine whether someone seemingly car-dependent could make the dramatic move to going totally car-free. Here’s where […]
Finding a free round-up app took more time, but ultimately, I discovered Peak. I’ve now been using Peak Money for over a year and have been very happy with it.