July 24, 2018.Reading time 8 minutes.
When we moved from Oklahoma to Arizona I drove the Subaru, Sheila, and Greg drove the Tundra, who he named Percolator? Harvey Judgerson? I can’t remember. The point is, I had a lot of hours to listen to financial podcasts and think about money in the solitary comfort of my own vehicle. How much […]
June 1, 2018.Reading time 24 minutes.
If you are well-versed in personal finance, this post is not for you. I wrote this as a catch-all for the people I work with everyday who have no idea what it means- and especially how- to invest. There are obviously many more retirement and other investment accounts out there, but the following are […]
April 25, 2018.Reading time 15 minutes.
Spoiler alert! Our investment strategy is super boring, and anything I know about investing I’ve taught myself through numerous books, blogs, and podcasts. And you can too! Since getting married in 2013, thanks to quitting a job I detested, traveling, and travel nursing, I’ve worked a total of 39 months. That averages out to […]
June 1, 2015.Reading time 8 minutes.
“How are you going to live?” “Where will you go?” “What will you eat?” “How will you make money?” In 2015 Gregory and I took a bit of time off work. We sold or gave away most of our furniture, appliances, clothes, dishes, toiletries, and a third vehicle. We kept five pieces of sentimental […]
April 16, 2015.Reading time 11 minutes.
I have a terrible habit of tolerating tolerating tolerating something until I can’t handle it anymore, then I explode. I’ve exploded on nursing. I’ve been burned out on patient care for so long I don’t know if I’ll ever go back, and no part of me has any desire to do bedside nursing again. AM […]