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Life Updates from Money Coach

Life Updates!

February 12, 2021

With all of the big changes happening right now, I thought it would be a perfect time to share a few life updates with you! We most recently brought a puppy home! His name is Cooper and he’s a Golden Retriever! He’s the sweetest pup and loves to snuggle. Coop has been so good with […]

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Lifestyle

Money Coach clarifies how you can make the best personal finance decisions are personal

Personal Finance is Personal

February 3, 2021

Personal finance is the process of planning and managing personal financial activities such as budgeting, income generation, saving, spending, and investing, taking into account financial risks and future life events. When my fiance and I make decisions in our financial lives, we always remind ourselves of our why. Why were doing this and why we […]

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Budgeting, Lifestyle, Paying Off Debt, Saving

The Must Have Tools for Success in 2021

The Must Have Tools for Success in 2021

December 9, 2020

I’m going to highlight the must have tools for success in 2021 that have helped me throughout the years! These tools have walked me through paying off debt, moving out of my parent’s house, grow in my soon-to-be marriage, and grow my business! I don’t think I could have accomplished half of my goals without […]

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Budgeting, Lifestyle

Why Commuting to College Saves Thousands

September 18, 2019

I’m a huge advocate for commuting to college over living on campus and here’s why: The average cost of room and board (housing and meals) on campus ranges from $8k – $13k per year! Of course, this depends on the type of college you decide to attend. When considering the spectrum of these numbers, you […]

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Lifestyle, Saving

Why Having Debt Was A Good Thing For Us

September 2, 2019

I know what you’re thinking… How in the world can debt actually be beneficial? Well for us, it’s been a huge blessing in disguise. Before Craig and I met each other, we were knee deep in credit card debt. We knew that it was wrong to have accumulated so much debt, but we assumed it […]

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Budgeting, Lifestyle