Prior to my freak-out over paying off our mortgage, we had the sort of well-stocked emergency fund that I urge everyone to build, and especially variable income having, self-employed folks like us. A full six months of months of expenses were socked away for minimal life support + a growing pot of savings for an … More Rethinking our emergency fund
Being the only child of a broken home is the gift that keeps on giving. Nearly every day, since about the age of seven, has found me fretting about how thee heck both of my parents will navigate retirement after a lifetime of insufficient financial planning, chronic indebtedness, and singleness for as far as the … More Radical Finances for the Self-Employed Household
Gaelynn Lea possesses an indefinable spark that is impossible to capture in a short vignette. It’s like attempting to capture lightning in a bottle. A multifaceted diamond that I’ve only begun to fully appreciate, it’s difficult to settle on a place to begin. Perhaps I’ll start by sharing her entry, recorded live in her office just last … More Gaelynn Lea. Wow. Just, WOW!