We went from $51,000 in credit card debt to debt free bloggers who now earn thousands of dollars a month because of our gay blog. Blogging for the queer community has changed our lives and it can change your life, too. If you’re not sure if you want to start a gay blog or a
Once upon a time, we were on a treadmill – wake, work, eat, sleep, rinse, add a dash of fun, and repeat. The work never ended, the bills piled up, and the debt grew and grew . . . more and more, month after month. If this sounds like you, you know it sucks, huh?
Financial blockers are anything that prevents you from living the life you want. These include financial limitations, such as having too much debt, and emotional limitations, such as feeling like you don’t deserve success. We have another free tool to help you achieve financial freedom! We’ve shared the FREE Debt Free Guys’ Hopes & Dreams Worksheet.
What is it you really want in life? What is your purpose? What are your hopes and dreams? We’re giving you a free tool to find out and achieve your financial dreams. The reason we ask this question is because it wasn’t until we realized what we most wanted in life that we started to
In January, to help you with your New Year’s money resolution, we did a month-long Four Principles of a Debt Free Life Series! We covered each of the four principles we wrote about in 4: The Four Principles of a Debt Free Life. Today’s article is a recap of the whole series in one place
A great thing starts to happen when you start to hang out with great people – they introduce you to other great people, including great people who are helping other people go to college for free with great tools like The Scholarship System. A great example of this is when we befriended Adam Carroll. Adam owns
We’re excited today to kick off our month-long Four Principles of a Debt Free Life Series! Throughout the money of January 2016, we’ll cover each of the four principles we wrote about in 4: The Four Principles of a Debt Free Life. Today we’re talking about the first principle, be money conscious. 4 covers what
Have you seen that Facebook meme that says, “Someday we old folks will use cursive writing as a secret code?” People look at us with the same dazed eyes when we talk about the “envelope system” to manage money as the kids in our lives look at notes of ours written in cursive. We won’t pontificate
Last year’s “new year, new you” didn’t go as planned, did it? Believe us, you’re not the only one (or two)! We didn’t get body-beautiful this year, ourselves. Like us, though, you’re going to get back on that horse and do better next year. Right? Your plan this year is to have a new plan.
My favorite investing strategies aren’t my own but some of the best investing ideas on Motif Investing Part of being #MoneyConscious is about creating a financial plan and deciding what you really want in life. For me, this means helping my son have the financial advantages I never did growing up. Read John and David’s