3 Wise Ways To Use Your Tax Refund

Many people spend their tax refund and have nothing to show for it. Here are 3 ways to get the most of your refund

Disclaimer: There are affiliate links in this post. Using these links may result in earned income for the writer of this blog. The almighty tax refund is one financial windfall’s that a lot of people […]

How To Use A Credit Card

Many people are lost when it comes to credit cards. Here's how I use mine to make money.

I am not someone who will tell you that credit cards are bad. I actually love my credit card. Ok, love is a strong word, but I do use it on a regular basis. How […]

2 Things I Learned Being A First Time Dad

Lessons Being a First Time Father

Up until this post I’ve been posting mostly about finances. There are a couple about our adoption, but even one of those is geared towards finances. While I love talking finances with just about anyone, I […]

2 Months of Blogging!!!

Blog Traffic and Income Report

This post marks the end of 2 months of blogging. I didn’t get as far as I wanted to on increasing traffic because I spent a week in Korea and a week bonding with my […]

Sacrificing for Financial Freedom

Sacrifice for Your Financial Freedom

Sacrifice. It’s not something we think of these days. We no longer have to sacrifice for things we want or even things we need. Money is easy to come by with easy access to credit […]

How We Prepared to Live On One Income

Live on One Income

My wife and I are leaving this week to bring our son home from Korea. For those of you that don’t know, we are adopting a little boy from there. (To know more about adopting […]

One Skill You Need To Protect Your Money

Protect Your Money

Sorry guys, I’m going to use our baby shower to make my point. Please stick with me. You should find it helpful. The skill can be practiced on anything. We recently had a baby shower for […]

How to Pay Off Debt The Right Way

How to Pay Off Debt

Paying off debt is an important step in financial independence and building wealth. We can’t build wealth when we have to give it to our creditors. The less money you can afford to live on […]