Financial Carnival for Young Adults

Carnival of Financial Independence

Looking for some good personal finance reads to kick off your weekend? Well look no further, here are some recent posts from some personal finance all stars! TRAVEL AND LIFESTYLE Kayla @ Shoeaholic No More writes Frugal Food Friday: Comfort Food – It’s been quite a while since I shared a Frugal Food Friday with…

PODCAST WEDNESDAY!! Stacking Benjamins

PODCAST WEDNESDAY!! Stacking Benjamins

It’s been a bunch of short runs for the van so I haven’t had much time to torture broaden the horizons of my cast with the brilliants financial lessons from the podcasting blogosphere. But as we headed through Indiana, Michigan and up into Canada this week, we found time to check out Stacking Benjamins. To…

Can You Tell Me How to Buy a House?

Can You Tell Me How to Buy a House?

No, really… can you? Because I am totally not sure what to do here and I’ve noticed it’s become a trend among the late twenty/thirty something bloggers – medium term financial goals. Retirement is an easy one for me – it’s ages away and the stock market is clearly the way to go. It will…

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Financially Savvy Saturdays #81

Welcome to Financially Savvy Saturdays, the savviest personal finance blog hop on the planet, created specifically for personal finance writers! We welcome all things money here. Whether you’ve written anything from thrifty travel hacks to money saving app reviews, you’re invited to link-up. If it ties into personal finance, we want to read it! I am super…

Go Further With a Friend

Go Further With a Friend

Not my most advertised fact, but I actually went to a strict, Baptist college at one point in my life and accountability was a huge thing there. There were mandatory prayer groups to create a little circle of folks who would keep you accountable and Spiritual Life Directors in each dorm who were expected to…

What Did Your First Job Teach You?

What Did Your First Job Teach You?

I could not wait to get my first job. I cat sitted and, on very rare occasions, baby sat before I turned 16, but I wanted a steady paycheck and real work experience. I was clearly nuts. That aside, my first job did teach me a lot of lessons that it was better to learn…