Monthly Archives

August 2014

  • Home Ownership Age

    What’s the Right Age to Buy a Home?


    Johnny and I found this graph pretty interesting, so we wanted to share. As you can see, the age for home ownership seems to be going up. The percent of young people who are homeowners today is much lower than the percent of young homeowners a few decades ago. So…

  • Graduation

    What I Wish I’d Known About Money in College


    This time of year always makes Johnny and me nostalgic for starting a new school year. Buying new pens and a planner, spending $500 on textbooks… each. We loved school, but financially it was kind of rough. Here’s what I wish I’d known when I was a student. It’s okay…

  • Getting Started With Freelancing

    How to Start Freelancing


    We’ve had a lot of questions about how my freelance work is going now that I’ve quit my full-time job. There were a few factors that influenced my decision to quit working full-time. Obviously, Sally was the number one factor since I’d still be working if she wasn’t in the…

  • He Says/She Says: Saving Clothes

    He Says/She Says: Saving Clothes


    In the He Says/She Says series, we discuss financial-ish topics where we agree to disagree and make our case with fighting words. We then promptly make up. When our blog was first birthed, I did a He Says/She Says on Johnny’s obsession with saving receipts, and my determination to throw…