GOALdigger series: The Pennies We Saved

Danielle is a Cali girl turned Midwest wife and mama of one. She graduated college in 2009 with a BA degree and $17,000 in student loan debt. However, she accrued an additional $10,000 by taking random courses throughout the years. Danielle and her husband, J, started their journey toward financial…

GOALdigger series: Man Vs. Cash

Adrian is the mastermind behind the blog Man Vs. Cash. He is a self proclaimed “car guy”, activist, and motivational speaker. His current 9 to 5 life is in the Credit Union industry where he has worked exclusively in personal finance as a teller, new accounts officer, consumer lending, marketing, and…

I Haven’t Saved $50k in 8 Months and That’s Okay

I didn’t pay off $100k in 2 years or save $50k in 8 months and that is okay. If you have done that, I am so impressed and proud. That is amazing. This post is not to bash people who have achieved amazing results. It takes a lot of hard work…

GOALdigger series: The A&J Muse

Amanda & Julia (AJ… get it now?!) are the co-founders of a financial and lifestyle blog for millennials, The A&J Muse. They both have their Masters in Finance from Bond University (Gold Coast, Australia) and a passion for helping our generation develop good money management practices without having to sacrifice…

GOALdigger series: The Savvy Couple

This post is one of my favorites! Brittany and Kelan are 26-year-old high school sweethearts that are obsessed with personal finance. Kelan has a bachelor’s in Business Administration and Brittany holds her masters in literacy. Brittany is following her dream of being a teacher, currently teaching fourth grade. Kelan has had…

How to Travel Internationally on a Budget

Earlier this month I spent 10 days in Australia. It was NOT enough time but it was an amazing trip. Traveling is my passion. I studied abroad for a semester in China and I did a short-term study abroad in Europe. During my senior year of college, I went to…

GOALdigger series: Steve from Steveonomics

Steve is in technical sales. He has a BA in History from UCLA. He spent the first four years after graduation working as an English teacher in Korea, a barista in Australia, and a vagabond in between. He runs the blog Steveonomics which focuses on retiring early, travel, and life tips. Make…

Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing Course Review

This was the first and only course I have bought. You probably already know that Michelle is an extremely successful blogger who makes over $50,000 A MONTH from affiliate marketing. She made almost $1M from blogging in 2016! If you don’t believe me you can check out her blog and…

4 Ways to Save Hundreds on Textbooks

4 Ways to Save Hundreds on Textbooks

Textbooks are expensive. My MBA accounting textbook for this semester was $245 new. That is crazy! In my four years of undergrad and now my first year of my MBA, I have learned a few ways to save hundreds on textbooks. First thing you should do is check your syllabus…