If you’re into personal finance, you’ve probably heard the name Dave Ramsey a time or two along your financial journey. I was introduced to Dave Ramsey’s Baby Steps when I was 19, and those steps definitely saved me from making a lot of mistakes during my undergrad and grad school years. Although a bit extreme at times, what I learned from these steps are the reason I maintain a mostly debt free lifestyle today. This post briefly explains my own experience with each of these steps and what it takes to accomplish them. This is part one of a two part post, so be sure to click the “see next post” button for the remaining baby steps!
If you get paid bi-weekly, you usually have two months out of the year when you receive that magical third paycheck. Rather than those who are paid… Read more “If You’re Paid Biweekly, Use Those Two 3-Paycheck Months to Get Closer to Your Financial Goals”
If you’re reading this post, you’re likely sitting pretty on some consumer debt. Or maybe you don’t have credit card debt, but you do have a car payment or student loans that are keeping you awake at night. This post will delve into a couple different repayment methods (e.g. the debt snowball vs. the debt avalanche) and discuss the psychology behind both of them so you can pick the method that works for you.