Category Archives for Financial Independence

Use the Blizzard Method to Pay off Debt Fast

The Blizzard method is a smart approach to paying off credit card debt as quickly as possible.

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11 Months Post-Fired: Kitty Breaks Permitted

It’s been 11 months since the day I was fired. The pace of work has been intense, but lightened by kitty breaks.

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10 Months Post-Fired: The Countdown Begins

It’s my 10-month anniversary since I received my walking papers. It’s been a productive month, but also laced with sadness.

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How I Became a Millionaire

How does a single mom working in nonprofit organizations build a net worth of $1,000,000? Learn the details in my Millionaire Interview.

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Generation Freedom Inspires and Motivates

The documentary Generation: Freedom offers an inside view of how regular folk became financial independent by launching Internet businesses.Read the full review.

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9 Months Post-Fired: No Worries!

Nine months after being fired, and two words best express my sentiment: NO WORRIES! Despite the loss of  my income, my net worth actually increased. Life is sweet!

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The Markets are Crashing: Is it Time to Pull Out?

Is there ever a good time to get out of the stock market? There are lots of factors to consider, but your risk tolerance and time left to retirement are two biggies.

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Does Adversity make us Stronger? Here’s my Story

Here’s my story of adversity. Many thanks to Fred at MoneyWithAPurpose for giving me this opportunity. Enjoy the read!

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5 Tips on Making a Powerful 90-Second Pitch

How do you pitch your business idea in 90 seconds? Try these five tips and you’ll deliver your pitch with confidence and style.

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Halloween Nightmare for Women: Turning into a “Bag Lady”

Half of women in America fear they’ll be broke and homeless – a nightmare that reflects a society with few social safety nets.

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Six Months post-Fired Report: It’s a Tough Go

Six months after being fired, I’m doing alright financially. Emotionally, it’s been a rollercoaster of ups and downs.

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Why Suze Orman can Kiss my Ass!

Suze Orman hates the FIRE (Financial Independence Retire Early) movement. Well, Suze, I’m not buying your toxic dose of fatalism.

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