April 2012

This is a guest post written by Jana from Daily Money Shot, a personal finance blog about money at the intersection of life, pop culture and everything in between. I’m a huge advocate for family vacations. I don’t believe that a family vacation needs to be somewhere elegant or fancy. A simple camping trip is […]


I started focusing on my financial position a little over 2 years ago, and I realized that I was in trouble. My wife and I were newlyweds and there was more money going out than what was coming in, plus we had $18,000 worth of school loans to pay back. Rather than wallow in my […]


This guest post is by Kyle Taylor who is a personal finance blogger that blogs about weird ways to make money at The Penny Hoarder. Connect on Facebook or join the newsletter and get his “5 Wackiest Ways to Make Extra Money.”  Do you have a bicycle? If so, you have not only a mode […]


People frequently say, “You only get one life!”  When you are young, this advice is often taken as permission to do something free-spirited and dangerous because you may never get the opportunity again.  When you are middle-aged, it can be an invitation to reflect on your life – the time that has gone by and […]


Today’s guest post is from Dr. Jason Cabler, a practicing Dentist, Christian personal finance blogger, and Speaker at Celebrating Financial Freedom where he teaches how to become debt free and live a debt free life. If you’re like me, you’ve realized that over the last 10-12 years, the stock market has gone nowhere.  Yes, it’s […]