When it Comes to Money, One Size Does Not Fit All

Last week I got some unsolicited advice about personal finance blogging. “You have to spend more time urging your readers to take action,” the person said. “People need to be told what to do.” At the time, I nodded my … Continue reading

The 3 Types of Debt (and How to Get Out)

I’m no financial guru, but I’m a self-proclaimed expert on getting into debt. I amassed about $30,000 in useless consumer debt (which was wiped out in Chapter 7 bankruptcy) by the time I was 23 years old. At age 26, … Continue reading

Quick Debt Update

It’s been awhile since I’ve really talked about (or looked at) my total debt. As most of you know, I paid off my last credit card in July of last year. Since then, it’s kind of depressing how little I’ve … Continue reading

The Easy Way vs. the Best Way

This is a guest post from my friend Kraig at Young Cheap Living. This is an awesome post and I know he’d appreciate your feedback. You should also check out his blog, where he shares great information for 20-somethings looking … Continue reading