Debt Free Divas

April 17, 2012

Tax Refund Ideas

Are you expecting a tax refund like 46% of people in this country? Although I think tax refunds are a colossal waste of money (you basically […]
April 12, 2012

Payments Hinder Prosperity

Repeat after me! PAYMENTS KEEP ME FROM  PROSPERING! Joking aside, it’s time to consider total purchase price for non-appreciating items and not how payments fit into […]
March 14, 2012
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7 Lessons from Carter’s 1st Week

I may have mentioned that I’ve been otherwise distracted for the past few weeks welcoming my new son, Carter, to the outside. This has been an […]
March 1, 2012

Giving While in Debt

Here’s a question. While working feverishly to dump your debt, does it make sense to give money to charitable causes? In a word, Yes! I have […]
February 24, 2012

Define Wealth?

Ever thought about what it means to be wealthy? Is this some distant dream available only to flashy celebs or supernaturally blessed athletes? 100 people will […]
February 21, 2012

Should Singles Life Insure?

Are you single and ready to mingle? Want to have a conversation about life insurance? While the latter is agreeably less exciting, it’s nonetheless a vital […]
February 9, 2012

Thoughts on Refinancing

We recently completed a marathon refinance session. This is the second (and hopefully last) go ‘round. Our decision to take the plunge wasn’t automatic. When considering […]
February 6, 2012

What’s Your Number?

No, this is not a cheesy, pick-up lines post. Although, I can work personal finances into almost any subject, this post concerns your retirement number. Have […]
January 31, 2012
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Hard Heads Make a Soft Bank Account

You don’t believe that fat meat is greasy. A hard head makes a soft behind. A stitch in time saves nine. While not much of a […]
January 26, 2012

Why We Did It

It has taken over 6 years, but WonderMan and I were able to retire just over $100,000 in consumer debt. This does not include our mortgage […]