7 Reasons We Weren’t Prepared to Buy Our Home

Hey all. I have another guest post for you today! This post comes to from Jake Jones of Thinkhub. Home buying is often considered a key part of wealth building. Whether or not you agree, for most homeowners, buying a home is the single largest purchase of their lives. And so, obviously buying a home is a very big deal. As such, being adequately prepared is very important. The last thing you want is to…

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ESG Investing: A Better Future Through Investing?

When I first started this blog, I focused solely on personal finance. But if we go even further back, I had initially started a blog focused on alternative/clean energy, sustainability, and the environment. I chose not to continue putting work into that blog because I felt it would be too difficult to get people interested in a blog that only talked about sustainability. Maybe I'm wrong; maybe I'm not. Either way, in more recent months…

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Student Loan Series #1: Saving Joyfully

Hello and welcome to the first entry in the student loan series! This is the first post in a brand new series here at TFF. The purpose of this series is to help you gain perspective with regard to student loans. In addition to helping understand how you compare to others, the hope is that you may also gain some helpful tips for how to eliminate your student loans more quickly. In the interest of…

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Achieving Intentional and Sustainable Living

Back in September 2018, there was an event held here in the US called the Global Climate Action Summit. This summit was all about sustainable living. Technically the GCAS is more of an organization than a single event, but they organized a huge gathering in San Francisco. The event spanned three days and featured some of the biggest names in business. Those included Michael Bloomberg, Starbucks, Blackrock, AFL-CIO, Salesforce, and many more. In addition, several…

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How Bad Financial Habits Can Help You Get Financial Benefits

Hey frugal people! I have a very special post today. This is actually the very first guest post I have ever had here on TFF! This post comes to us from Nelly of MyWayOfViewing.com. In the post, Nelly discusses ways in which bad financial habits can actually benefit us. I think it goes without saying that we all have our financial pitfalls, but sometimes there can actually be positives that come along with them. I hope…

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Four Financial Lessons I Wish I Knew When I Was Younger

In a previous post, I mentioned the fact that one of my college roommates went to college on a full scholarship through the Navy ROTC program. While I couldn’t see myself fitting in with the military, I didn’t even know such a thing was an option before I learned about it from him. Clearly, that is one of the financial lessons I missed early on. And that is just one example. Needless to say, if…

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