Three Types of Passive Income

There are three categories of passive income types that allow you to earn a continuous income for many years to come with minimal effort to maintain. Depending on your unique scenario, what you have to offer may vary. However most people likely have one of these three things, whether you are investing (1) your money,... Continue Reading →

The Stages of Financial Independence

Financial independence has a unique definition, depending on what stage you are at and what your goals are. What you choose to do with your financial freedom can change how much you need and how fast you can accomplish that goal. Do you want to quit your day job, start a small business, volunteer your... Continue Reading →

Daily Intentions for Happiness

I'll be the first to admit that I'm not the person to bust out laughing and I suck at making people smile. But what works for me is focusing daily on trying to find gratitude. Towards the end of this post I provided a few useful tools that work well for me- note that I... Continue Reading →

Financial Independence and Children

Achieving financial independence is an admirable goal, but is it possible to achieve while raising children and navigating the many financial decisions we make as parents? The USDA suggested that the cost of raising a child to the age of 18 is as much as $233,610 in the year 2015 and doesn't include college education.... Continue Reading →

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