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My story of Finding the Truth about Personal Finance
I grew up in a small Southern town located in South Carolina. In our household, it was considered rude to talk about money. Especially someone’s personal finances. If you had questions, you were considered nosy. If you wanted to celebrate a success, you were bragging. But I had a major problem with that.
You see, I was a very curious child. So when I saw someone with a fancy new vehicle or brand new home, I needed more information. I wanted to know what they did for living. How much money does this person make per year? Do they have a spouse or children? Have they invested any of it? How did they get to this point?
Little did I know, I would learn all about this aspect in College! Thus, my love for all things personal finance began. And now that I’ve studied it and begun applying it to my life, I want to pass this information along to others. Because you may also be just like that curious child that I was, but had no clue where to start!
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Recent Blog Posts
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- How To Do A 30 Day Financial FastThe first time my hubby and I tried a 30 day financial fast was last August. And, surprisingly, we did better than I thought we would! Were we 100% successful? Well, no. In fact, you can check my Instagram highlight to see how much we actually spent that month. But, we did learn a lot …
- Best Books About Money: Must ReadsI love to read. In fact, reading is easily one of my favorite things to do in the world! But, I know many of y’all don’t love reading. Unfortunately for y’all non-readers, books can be an amazing resource for learning about personal finance. That’s why I decided to compile a list of the best books …
- Frugal Date Ideas: Cheap, Creative and CuteWhen I first started my financial journey, I basically cut out all the fun stuff. I started doing no spend challenges and stopped buying unnecessary things. Thankfully, I’ve begun paying some debt off. (Yay!) And, I’ve also started putting some money into our sinking funds. So, I’m finally starting to feel more comfortable in my …
These are awesome tips – I like how you broke them down, so each individual item feels totally doable.
This is so inspiring! Most of my friends or even family are not open in discussing this topic. Luckily, my partner is. I hope you inspire more people to work on their financial literacy as well.