**I found this post in my drafts and felt it was worth still posting. I wrote it in March of 2020.** This Friday will mark six months since I became … Continue reading Debt Free Life – 6 Months Later
I’ve often wondered what it would feel like emotionally to be debt-free. Or even CLOSE to being debt-free. I haven’t known that feeling since I was 18 years old and … Continue reading What it Feels Like to be 3 Days Away From Becoming Debt-Free.
Things have been ON POINT in my debt free journey the last few months! Here are a few of the highlights: I had enough discipline to apply 100% of my … Continue reading Inside my Budget
I’ve drafted a couple different posts about my February spending, but I keep getting stuck. February wasn’t just about numbers. It was about more than the fact that I paid … Continue reading February Finances – an Emotional Turn Into the Home Stretch
First off, if you have no clue what I’m talking about when I say ‘hold the pen’, give this a quick skim first. Okay, now that we have that out … Continue reading Hold the Pen – What I’m Tinkering With This Week
I’m obsessed with two things. 1 – Personal growth 2 – Tinkering These two things go incredibly well together. I’m always working on something, learning about something, and mulling over … Continue reading It’s Time to Hold The Pen
A dream came true today. I was featured in an article in Runner’s World. I remember when I first aspired to this. I was 19 years old, working at a … Continue reading Decide What To Be And Go Be It.
One week from tomorrow I will be toeing the line of a 50 mile trail race. Last time I did a 50 miler I had two kidneys. This time I … Continue reading Preparing to Run a 50 Mile Race With One Kidney
I had grand aspirations of writing a lot once I moved to Colorado. I wanted to share nearly real time the wins, the challenges, the vulnerable moments, and the excitement … Continue reading My New Chapter in Colorado!
We walked shoulder to shoulder, noticing the morning sun streaming through the tree branches, the birds singing, all while we reminisced over the highlights of the last ten years. Our … Continue reading A Walk Down Memory Lane
The people that are the most opinionated about your life are the people who haven’t done shit with theirs. Don’t listen to them. Traditional paths to success don’t feel right … Continue reading 10 Things I Would Tell My 22 Year Old Self
Two weeks ago I flew out to Denver, Colorado for a short trip to visit some friends and meet my kidney recipient. I budgeted in advance for my airfare, my … Continue reading Financial Progress – Vacation Without a Credit Card!