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I think this post title may be overloaded, but it's a perfect description of this past week. I will be noticeably quiet this weekend as I recharge with my family.
Last Sunday I had a wonderful pick me up when Kristia from Family Balance Sheet took a snap of a newspaper article she was reading on Staycation tips.
Guess who was included? [See the pic above 🙂 ]
You better believe that shared the news with my family. Cheesy, I know, but it felt awesome.
Couple Money Around the Web
Here are few things I’ve been busy with on the podcast and around the web this past week:
As we progress with our finances, some of our plans and goals have changed. Matt from Mom and Dad Money came on the podcast and I really felt like he nailed our thoughts on what we want our money to do.
He has a wonderful book out The New Parents’ Guide to Financial Independence which lays out how the two of you can create a family and financial plan for your own dreams and goals.
Even if you're new to investing, Matt shows you step by step how to execute your plan.
Still a little embarrassed to admit my financial fails, but I shared one of mine over at Thrifty Little Mom.
Even though I had good intentions, going into debt to help someone truly helps no one.
Thankfully I learned my lesson and have tips about helping others without ruining your own finances.