One of my worst traits is procrastination. Ever since high school, I have had a tendency to put important things off until the last-minute. I thought maybe I could grow out of it, but lo and behold, as an adult, I find myself doing the exact same thing. However, being an adult, some things that… Continue reading Taxes: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
I was reluctant to the idea of FIRE because I was fairly content in my ways of shopping, spending money, and having a nice car and expensive home.
We recently had a meeting at work about connecting with others through mindfulness. I wanted to share some of my take-aways from this meeting because it really resonated with me. Every day we encounter people, and every day we have a choice with how we interact with them, and that choice affects both the people… Continue reading Using Mindfulness To Connect With Others
Have you ever thought about the different products women need versus men? We have come up with 8 ways it costs more to be a woman.
“I think dogs are the most amazing creatures; they give unconditional love. For me, they are the role model for being alive.” – Gilda Radner (comedian) I was initially going to start this article off with something quirky like how our dog was my Valentine this year instead of my husband, but let’s be real… Continue reading Our Best Friend
Given our previous articles on days like Black Friday and Christmas, you can probably guess what our viewpoints are about Valentine’s Day. But if you can’t, I’ll go ahead and let you know, we find “holidays” like this to be a little silly. It is a consumer’s holiday. Marketing and society have lead us to believe that we… Continue reading 12 Valentine’s Tips From a Female Minimalist
A little over this time 2 years ago, we bought our second property ever, leading to a whirlwind of investing, becoming landlords, and even home renovators. We bought our second property with the intention of moving and selling the loft where we were living in at the time (only we dragged our feet and moved… Continue reading Thoughts From an Unexpected Landlord