Personal Reflection 2, June 2020

Today is the last day of June. This personal reflection closes out the month and looks forward to July. Things have slowly been reopening, but we have a long way to go before things will be normal again. Work is busy and even benefiting from the pandemic, so I am thankful to still be employed […]

Personal Reflection for June 2020

It’s hard to believe that it is already the middle of June. This personal reflection for June 2020 is going to be some random thoughts and events that have been going on in my life. I’ll save a financial update for another time, since not much has changed since my last personal reflection a couple […]

Personal Financial Update June 2020

June has arrived and with it my personal financial update, June 2020. Our pool is open, the garden is planted, and we were able to do our first kayak trip of the season on the river near our cabin. The world is still in turmoil, as the coronavirus is still infecting millions of people, and […]

Things You Should Prepare So You Can Request For A Loan

There will come a point in your life when you will need a loan either to bridge funding gaps or to start a new life. With a challenging economic state, getting approved for a bank loan is not as easy as it used to be. Banks have become more critical and strict when doing due […]

Assets that Increase Your Net Worth

  Buying assets that increase your net worth is a key strategy to building wealth. There are nearly endless assets that you can buy that will help you increase your net worth. I’ll narrow it down to a few of the more common ones that the average person has access to and can invest in. […]

Mortgage Refinance Checklist

Refinancing your mortgage is an excellent way to save money and shorten the term of your loan. But you need to do your research to see if a refinance is right for you. Interest rates are at historic lows, but a low rate alone is not a reason to refinance. Here is a mortgage refinance […]

COVID Wedding Cancelations: Can You Get a Refund?

The novel coronavirus pandemic has impacted virtually every aspect of our lives. Many of us are now furloughed from our jobs, we’re responsible for teaching our kids at home, and we’re required to put on healthcare battle armor every time we venture outdoors. The flu vaccine’s effectiveness ranges between 60% and 90%, but there is […]

Dealing with the Coronavirus. Personal Reflection APR 2020

April is already more than half over.  It’s still cold here however, as it’s going down into the mid 20’s tonight.  So, Spring has not sprung just yet.  I have managed to cut my grass for the first time, and I cleaned out my mulch beds.  More work to come once it finally warms up.  […]

How to Fight Allergies Without Breaking the Bank

The sun is shining, the birds are singing, and the weather is finally getting warmer. All of this can only mean one thing: allergy season is officially here.  It’s bad enough that seasonal allergies turn you into an eye-watering, congested mess, but the cost of allergy relief medications only rubs salt into the wound. The […]

Tips for Paying Off Your Medical Bills

When things go wrong and you need to get medical assistance or treatment, it can be quite expensive. Many people around the world avoid going to the doctor or the hospital because they know that they cannot afford the treatment, but sometimes, this is something that needs to happen. When the treatment is done and […]