Fasting and Finance

When you bring up the topic of personal finance and saving money, one of the last things you might think to cover is how the technique of intermittent fasting could be beneficial in your financial life. But why not? We talk about how much money we're all spending on food on a seemingly everyday basis. … Continue reading Fasting and Finance

Vital Leadership Qualities

Having trouble going from one job level up to the next? Join the club! Now more than ever, management positions are hard to come by and entry-level and mid-professional level positions are all too abundant. This can make it that much more crucial to be on the top of your game when that desirable management … Continue reading Vital Leadership Qualities

Premarital Money Musts

Money and marriage: two words that stick together like glue but for some reason aren’t talked about in the same sentence as much as they should be. However, if you’re about to get married or plan to get married at any point in your life, money is a topic that will be covered whether you … Continue reading Premarital Money Musts

3 Insane Habits Cost You $7,800/Yr

I’m going to be honest with you; you’ve got a problem. And I’m not talking about your social issue of thinking it’s acceptable to nuke salmon in the workplace microwave. For that one, your co-workers will eventually forgive you (but I won’t). I’m talking about a few expensive habits that you’ve let continue for far … Continue reading 3 Insane Habits Cost You $7,800/Yr

Alternatives to Student Loans

Student loans; two of the worst words ever created in the English language. If I were to guess, assuming a poll was ever done for such a thing, they’d be near the top just underneath pyramid schemes and people who choose the seat right next to you in an empty movie theatre. They’re bad. Astronomically … Continue reading Alternatives to Student Loans

Mastering Your Credit Score

Look, Jim. Can I call you, Jim? We’ve got to talk. We’ve been seeing each other for months and I think we both know this isn’t going to work out. I’m swamped at work and you’re clearly a stuffed animal. We come from two very different backgrounds. Here I am with an excellent credit score … Continue reading Mastering Your Credit Score

The #1 Wealth Building Rule

Only a few short years ago, my wife and I were broke (financially speaking!). Between two car loans, a handful of other consumer debts, and student loans, we were worth far less than a homeless man (again, financially speaking!) begging for loose change on the street corner. Fast forward to where we are today; we … Continue reading The #1 Wealth Building Rule