Money Mentoring Question: What is your “Ideal Day”?

I wanted to create a new series to help you DIY your own money mentoring process with these Mentoring Tools. It all starts with good questions. Most great mentors are great because 1. They “show up” in a meaningful way (focused on your goals, your situation, to help encourage you to make progress). And 2. […]

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Summer Reading Party: The Ultimate Cheapskates’s Road Map to True Riches

a practical (and fun) guide to enjoying life more by spending less

If a person was able to adopt uncles, I would adopt Jeff Yeager as mine. And I would be the perfect niece. Laughing at all his jokes, admiring his over the top frugality, and proudly displaying post cards from his latest bike trip on my fridge. I’m almost positive I’m richer for reading his books. […]

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Money Mentoring DIY Question: What makes you “feel rich”?

I’ve served as a mentor for 10+ years now, paid and volunteer. It’s something I’m really passionate about because I’ve seen the changes that can happen when someone “shows up” in your life. Knowing your goals, knowing your dreams, knowing all the facts about your situation, and can help you craft a plan. Then they […]

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Summer Reading Party!

Like a book club...but more fun

My love of books is no secret! Heck, I even wrote a whole post about why I think they are the best value $10 can buy! Summer is almost here, people. Which for us looks like trips in the van, camping by the lake, and spending mornings drinking coffee under our apple trees in the […]

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Making Progress when You Lack Energy

Sometimes I joke I am solar powered. Cold or warm weather doesn’t really matter much, I just want sunshine! But it’s been cloudy here lately. By lately, I mean the last 4 months. I’ve just been feeling…I don’t know…blah. This certain kind of blah is something that has been an ongoing part of my life […]

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