Knocking down debt with the snowball method – another update

Eight years ago, I was single, working as a newspaper reporter and living on my own in an apartment. Oh, yeah. I was also buried in debt – student loans, credit cards, car payments, you name it. It’s not something I’m proud of, but as I’ve chronicled here in the past, I put all thisContinue reading “Knocking down debt with the snowball method – another update”

Debt Chains and the Snowball Effect

Whether it’s writing a check for your car payment or clicking ‘pay online’ for that student loan installment, carrying around debt can often times feel like you’re dragging along the undead chains of Jacob Marley. That’s why I’ve already started the ball rolling in the past few months on what I want to take full-strengthContinue reading “Debt Chains and the Snowball Effect”

Making ‘cents’ when it comes to education

I think every parent wants their child to have better opportunities than they were able to have, or afford. Just about anyone with a child wants their child to be able to have a better life than their own (and if they don’t, then maybe they should re-think this whole parent thing). With that inContinue reading “Making ‘cents’ when it comes to education”