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Real Talk – The Financial Impact of Divorce on Women

Real Talk – The Financial Impact of Divorce on Women

Listen To The Full Interview: [powerpress]   13 million men and women have been divorced and the average person spends $20,000 on divorce procedings. While it may be as the song says, “cheaper to keep her“, that’s not always a realistic outcome and marriages unfortunately end in divorce. According to Money Smart Divorce by Esther...

Running a Fabulous Finance Committee Meeting

Running a Fabulous Finance Committee Meeting

I can’t believe we’ve never defined a Finance Committee Meeting!!! What is it? Only the quintessential step in organizing your debt free journey. Or, at least it should be. The Finance Committee Meeting (even if yours is a committee of 1) sets the foundation for all stake holders engaged in dumping debt. We borrowed the...

One Thing in 2015

One Thing in 2015

As a self-described lover of lists, the first of the year is generally my time to shine. I love making lists; and checking them twice; planning to ensure the next year goes just right! It rarely does though. This girl will not be dissuaded! I’ve had the same goal journal since 2008. It’s filled with...

Holiday Survival Guide: Frugal, Festive and Fabulous

Holiday Survival Guide: Frugal, Festive and Fabulous

Move over Oprah, Suzie, Whoopi…whichever talk show phenom that comes to mind. Money, Life & More is here! Okay, my ego is really not that big (but a girl can dream). Money, Life & More is a collaboration between 3 personal finance bloggers: Jessi Fearon (thebudgetmam.com), Michelle Jackson (shopmyclosetproject.com), and myself. I have immense personal...

6 Financial Lessons We Didn’t Get in Home EC

6 Financial Lessons We Didn’t Get in Home EC

I learned how to sew an apron, make a creamy beef and biscuit meal, and a slew of other household related tasks in Home EC. For high school, it was an easy A. The creamy beef meal was actually quite tasty! We covered a number of helpful topics on house management (I didn’t go to...