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April 23, 2016

How to Throw an Awesome Wedding Without Breaking the Bank

Our Wedding in 2011
I've heard there are two things people will spend irrationally on--weddings and funerals. With the average wedding cost creeping toward $30,000, I believe it. With the right mindset and a few tips, I can help you be rational and control the cost of your wedding, while still providing a great time for all.

April 18, 2016

Simple Financial Rules to Live By

Photo by Harold Pollack
Managing your finances is pretty simple. I don't know how Kiplinger's still exists. All they seem to do is repackage the same advice over and over. I will give you most of the financial rules you will need right here, and with them almost anyone can become Fiscally Free much faster than they thought.

April 10, 2016

How to Save Money on Food

I've heard a lot of people complain that food is too expensive, especially healthy food. I believe that couldn't be further from the truth. Good food is cheap if you follow a few rules.

April 3, 2016

California Maternity Benefits Explained

One of the most stressful parts of the pregnancy for me (Andy) was trying to figure out what benefits Chrissy and I were entitled to from the government.  Unfortunately, it is not easy to find clear information on this subject.  It was so annoying, Chrissy suggested we might not want to bother, but I figure we've paid a lot of taxes, so we deserve to get back every cent we can.