What’s stopping you from achieving your goals?
Time and money are typical answers. These are both limited resources, so not having enough of one or the other (usually both!) are difficult roadblocks to overcome for many of us.
This page contains affiliate links that come at no extra cost to you. You can read my full disclosure here. Thanks for supporting this website! Although I’ve never been a Boy Scout, I love their motto. Be prepared. You really can’t go wrong with this approach in life. We all know that things happen unexpectedly.…Read More
I feel like PSLF (Public Service Loan Forgiveness) has been the forgotten loan repayment program on my blog thus far. However, now that we’re getting some news that a small number of borrowers have actually gotten their loans forgiven via PSLF, I thought I would go ahead and highlight this program. What is PSLF? PSLF…Read More
Ever since I started this blog, my kids have definitely noticed that money has become a hot topic around the house. This differs drastically from my own upbringing. Money was never mentioned. My parents never spoke about our own family finances, nor did they talk about how other people dealt with money. They likely thought…Read More
I feel like I’m beating a dead horse when I talk about this subject (am I allowed to use this analogy as a vet???), but I need to talk about student loans. To be quite frank, this student loan issue was a huge catalyst for me starting this blog. I graduated 15 years ago with…Read More
This post is an interview with the blogger, The Debtist. I had originally heard her story on a Choose FI podcast episode, and I knew that I had to write a blog post about her story. I reached out to her and she was gracious enough to do this interview. Here’s her take on her…Read More
Updated May 2021 I recently read this blog post by the Finance Twins, and to be honest, it made me cry. The author talks about experiencing imposter syndrome while attending an Ivy League university. He went from living near the poverty line to being thrust into a world where fellow classmates had money to burn. His…Read More
I’d like to introduce Tammy Blizzard, DVM. Her life took an unexpected turn when she was diagnosed with a disability that has not allowed her to currently work as a veterinarian. She happened to have disability insurance at the time of diagnosis, and as a result of her own experience, she advocates for others to…Read More
Recently, I was lucky enough to attend the 2018 AVMA Economic Summit. I have attended my fair share of veterinary conferences as a student, a practicing veterinarian, and as a stay at home mom who was still keeping my license active. However, this was my first veterinary conference as a blogger. And let me tell…Read More