10 Tips I Learned From Buying My First Home

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I bought my first home when I was 25 years old. Below are the top 10 lessons I learned from buying a house in my twenties. 1.  Ignore the number on your pre-approval letter. My fiance and I made the … Continued

Investing Advice For Millennials

posted in: Finance, Investing | 10

I always wanted to invest but the barrier to entry into the investing world always seemed too high for me. Investments were complicated and I thought I needed thousands of dollars that I didn’t have to get started. I put … Continued

When Debt Comes Back to Haunt You

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I wrote recently that we paid off $89,000 of debt and now we’re a debt free couple. Turns out that I was a bit premature in that announcement. My fiancé just came back from a fishing trip with his Dad … Continued

The 5% Rule and How It Can Get You Ahead at Work

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This is the first part of a multi-post series: The 5 Things No One Tells You About Work That Are Critical to Success. I’ve been out of college five years now and in that time I have increased my income … Continued

Embracing Minimalism After Paying Off $89,000 of Debt

posted in: Debt, Finance, Lifestyle | 22

This weekend I made the final $15,000 payment on my fiancé’s student loans. We are now a debt free couple! Woohoo! I had mentioned in previous posts how I was paying off the debt and why I was paying off … Continued

Ladies, don’t order the sandwiches!

posted in: Career, Career Development, Women | 18

This post discusses another difficult women in the workplace topic but hopefully it sparks good discussion and doesn’t offend. Yesterday I had my first 1×1 with my new boss and she gave me a tip that I know all too … Continued

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