Is my Bachelor’s Degree just a really expensive piece of paper?

When I was in high school, there was no question as to whether or not college was a good investment. It was very clearly communicated to me by parents, teachers, and other school staff that because I got good grades and was a motivated human being, I needed to go to college. No ifs, ands, […]

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How We Put $3,000+ Per Month Towards Student Loans

Habits are powerful. They take time and diligence to create, but once the habit cycle is rolling, they’re pretty hard to get out of – whether they’re good or bad. It took awhile for my husband and I to become Budget Ninjas, but now that it’s become such a consistent part of our lives, I […]

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My Musings on Minimalism

I have recently become interested (okay, more like obsessed) with the idea of “minimalism.” I stumbled across the documentary Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things on Netflix, and to say that my interest was piqued is a bit of an understatement. In digging into the concept a little deeper, I’ve discovered a whole movement […]

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