What’s In a Financial Aid Award?

It’s March! Which means one thing...financial aid awards will soon be going out from Colleges and Universities across the country (oh, and I guess spring break is coming up too).  Receiving a financial aid award is often confusing to students and parents alike. There are so many different forms financial aid can take and it... Continue Reading →

The Financial Diet – A Review

The Financial Diet: A Total Beginner’s Guide to Getting Good with Money  by Chelsea Fagan and designed by Lauren Ver Hage (September, 2017) is a book based on the blog by the same name that has evolved into a great resource for personal finance.  You can visit the site here.  It has a wealth of... Continue Reading →

Financially Fearless: A Review

One of the things I am constantly astounded by is the sheer number of personal finance books in the marketplace today.  It can be overwhelming to even know where to start as you try to research financial topics and become more informed.  So, in keeping the conversation going about money, from time to time I... Continue Reading →

The Importance of Staying Organized

In the spirit of starting honest conversations on financial matters, I am going to take a brief deviation from the list of topics I originally had planned, to discuss an issue of importance that has come into focus for me in the past few months.  It is not the most cheery of topics, but nonetheless... Continue Reading →

Starting the Conversation

Recently, I went out to dinner with two of my oldest friends.  I have known them both since middle school and we have watched each other take huge milestone steps like graduating college, getting married, buying houses, moving away for work, and countless others as we have all grown up.  But we’ve never talked about... Continue Reading →

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