Weekly Round Up

Reflecting on What Matters to You

It’s been a roller coaster week, both in the news and in our personal lives. The week started with the WDBJ shooting. I’m unable to wrap my head around the evil intent of the killer. My heart goes out to Alison Parker’s and Adam Ward’s loved ones. I wish Vicki Gardner a speedy recovery, though […]

Mortgage Pre-Approval and Packing

It has been a BUSY week for us. I met up with a real estate agent and the credit union to get information and begin the home selling buying process. We now have a loan pre-approval so we can start the process of looking at homes in the area. However we want to make sure […]

What Money Questions Do You Have?

This year has flown by, but as I was preparing next week’s podcast show, I did a double take as I realized that we had over 60 shows up in the last 6 months! I’m so grateful for the support that you have given and it’s my goal to continue covering financial questions and situations […]

Fulfilling a Dream – Speaking at FINCON!

This week I received an email that told me I fulfilled a professional goal – getting a panel proposal accepted. We’re speaking at FINCON I’m a huge fan of the conference Phil has created and grown so to have this be my first public speaking gig is fantastic. What makes this opportunity even sweeter is […]

Simple Banking and Humble Bundles

It’s Friday! Before I check out for the weekend I want to share what’s been going on this past including an awesome deal on games and a checking account designed to help you save more money. Humble Bundles – Fun Games, Great Causes Humble Bundle raises money for great causes by offering deals on electronic […]

Build a Life You Love

Like many this week, my thoughts and prayers were with those who have suffered in Boston, MA and West, TX. These events are reminders that what truly matters are the people that we love, not the stuff that we buy (or in some cases borrow to buy). This site is called Couple Money and talks […]

How to Stick with Your Debt Free Journey

I’ve been mentioning our progress with paying down the student loan the last couple of weeks and how sometimes it can be hard to stay motivated while paying off debt. One of the things I’ve been doing to keep me focused is to check out some new blogs and books about becoming debt free and […]