Combining finances with your partner? Congratulations! But before you go any farther, it’s important to sit down and make sure you’re both on the same page.
Juliette here! Having just dedicated my summer to receiving 200 hours of certified yoga teacher training, I quickly realized that I would walk away with some valuable life skills that applied to both on the yoga mat, and off. Along with the actual physical practice of yoga comes the positive mentality applied to all aspects
It’s not that you don’t care about your finances…it’s just that you can’t seem to get really get them reigned in, right? You start out with good intentions- to start a budget, to start saving more, to stop the impulse shopping…but every month something seems to happen and your righteous path to financial freedom
Get out of debt. Stop procrastinating with money. Learn to invest. Make money when you’re broke. Save for retirement when you’re young. These are just a few of the money resolutions people have year after year, but by the time the snow thaws, many New Years resolutions have already bitten the dust…have yours? It’s
You’ve probably heard this from your parents and finance bloggers alike…. SAVE FOR YOUR RETIREMENT. SAVE FOR RETIRMENT! SAVE FOR RETIREMENT! Yawn. That refrain is getting old, but you want to know what else is getting old? YOUR PARENTS. Parents are such excellent nags, right? But heck, they love us. That’s why the got