I tried writing this piece in my head for days. Then I remember something that happened to me that I never told anyone. I never even told my husband this story (unless Jared reads this, hi honey!). All the names in this story have been […]
Our Financial Map I’m not trying to come off as a hipster but I made this financial map for Apathy Ends long before it started rolling. When I first joined the personal finance community in late March, I connected with Mr. AE on Twitter. He […]
Debt is a bad baby. Stubborn, high-interest debt is probably one of the worst demons to fight. I’ve spoken about how to overcome credit card addiction but Josh, our guest writer today will be hallmarking the main ways for people to constructively deal with stubborn debt. The nuts […]
What FICO score really means for you and why should it matter?
How I paid off $20,000 in student loans working part-time…in just 8 months! Don’t you just love chronicles like this? 🙂 Actually, I was suppose to construct this piece as an inspirational “you-can-do-it-too” story but the more I wrote about it, the more depressed I became. I didn’t […]
We are a nation of consumers. If you head down the bread aisle, there are about two dozen types of bread choices. All with their own different brands and marketing. Pull back again and take note that we are a nation that has an entire […]
Overcoming Credit Card Addiction… Credit cards can be an amazing convenience but if they’re overused, it can be a very dangerous feedback loop. According to Consolidated Credit, the average household in 2017 owes an average of $15,799 in credit card debt alone . Repeating offenders are blind to their growing list of […]