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January 2016 Debt Repayment

January 29, 2016
AUTHOR: Emilie

Reading Time: 2 minutes This is the first of many of my financial check-in posts. Earlier this month, I shared how I was working on a No Spend January and about the state of my debt. December Loans ECSI (College Debt): 8686.00 Upstart (Starter-life Debt): 5860.96 Credit Cards Southwest (Chase): 4576.42 Amazon (Chase): 1340.34 Discover: 864.00 Gold Delta Skymiles…

Financial Check-in: My Debt 2015

January 19, 2016
AUTHOR: Emilie

Reading Time: 3 minutes Two weeks ago, I got super honest about my financials when I shared my No-Spend January Challenge. Frankly, I got so much support from you all and I am immensely grateful for that support. I’m so excited to be joining in with my friend Stephanie from to cohost the Final Friday Finance Linkup. I cannot…

No Spend Challenge: January 2016

January 5, 2016
AUTHOR: Emilie

Reading Time: 2 minutes I’ve been using Learnvest (not a referral link) for four months now. I have to say I am exceptionally happy that I took the plunge. Lots of people- ahem, Laura- think that it’s not a worthwhile expense but for me is absolutely has been I don’t know that it can or will work for everyone, but boy…

Why I Gave Up My Weekends

October 16, 2015
AUTHOR: Emilie

Reading Time: 2 minutes I work during the week. Actually, I work a lot. And I don’t just work. I also help write this blog, and I needlepoint, and I like to read. I’m in a relationship and that takes up time too (even when I haven’t “had” my boyfriend for 8 weeks #gettinggrumpy). I’ve got a lot going on for sure.…

4 Tips for Saving Money While Moving into your First Apartment

September 7, 2015

Reading Time: 2 minutes Both, Emilie and I, have had the opportunity to have to move within a week of eachother. I was the lucky one because I got her to come help me while she would have to do her moving on her own. Moving is hard work. Between having to buy furniture, trying to figure out where…