We’ve officially finished YNAB’S 30 Day More Money Challenge and the results are in! When we started this challenge we set the goal of saving $1,000. Did we make it?
Author Archives: Kaylie
How to Combine Your Finances as a Couple
Whether you’re married or not, combining your finances with a partner can be overwhelming and exciting. Here’s how to do it!
YNAB More Money Challenge – 2 Week Check-In and Savings Update
Two weeks into YNAB’s More Money Challenge, I’ve been surprised to learn that I was tempted to make small purchases more than Cassie.
How to Easily Open a Roth IRA with Vanguard in 15 Minutes
If you’ve wanted to open a retirement account, but have been too overwhelmed by the thought, this post is for you!
A Financial Reset After the Expensive Holiday Months: YNAB’s 30-Day More Money Challenge
I’ve been an avid YNAB user for a few years now, but have never actually done their 30 Day More Money Challenge. After what seemed like constant spending over the holiday months I thought that now would be the perfect time to print out the workbook and try it out.
My 2022 Financial Recap
What I earned, my biggest expenses, and joining our finances!
A Useful Approach to Setting and Making Progress on Your New Year’s Goals
Given that when the clock strikes midnight, we’re not likely to become a completely different person, it’s important to make your goals or intentions realistic, sustainable, and relevant to your actual priorities in order to give you the greatest chance of success in the long term.
How We Spent Two Weeks in Ecuador
I spent the final third of my “sabbatical” in Ecuador with Cassie exploring this small but incredibly beautiful country.
How I Spent 4 Weeks in Peru
As I outlined in my previous post, I recently finished up my three month “sabbatical” between jobs, and I spent one of those months traveling around Peru with my two younger brothers. I’ve wanted to go to Peru since I was in 8th grade. One of my teachers, himself an avid traveler, said it wasContinue reading “How I Spent 4 Weeks in Peru”
I Quit My Job and Took 3 Months Off — This Is What I Did
Taking a multi-month break from work isn’t normal in the United States, but it really should be. Here’s what I learned during my time off.