Your Money Is A Tool

Personal Finance is not a complicated topic on it’s own, despite various books, blogs, courses and programs on the subject. For me, the concept of money itself has greatly informed how I look at personal finance.  All the advice, tricks, programs and apps in the world won’t truly make your life better until you decode what your relationship with money is really all about.… Read More

Getting A Little Extra From Credit Cards

I’ve made around $2000 this year from credit card sign up bonuses and rewards.  This doesn’t involve travel hacking or finding intricate ways to move money around, and takes maybe a few minutes each month to keep track of.

Before we begin, it’s important to note that when used unwisely, credit cards can be dangerous to your financial health.  Read More

Your Money Or Your Life…Or Both

One question I see on personal finance sites a lot is this:

If you could go back in time and tell your 18 year old self one thing, what would you tell him/her?

While there are plenty of things I could think of to tell 18 year old me (a prominent one being “DON’T START SMOKING!!!), one thing I could give my 18 year old self stands out:

A copy of Your Money or Your Life.… Read More