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Why does financial health matter to me?

Let’s get this out of the way up front: my finances aren’t perfect. I had minimal student loans after undergrad. I started at a community college and then transferred to Hamline University, where I graduated. But years down the road

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Posted in Financial Wellness

Simple Tips to Take the Anxiety Out of Moving

Are you planning to move soon? Whether it’s to a different state or just a couple miles, moving can be stressful. So read on for great tips to reduce moving-related stress and anxiety. Moving can be an exciting adventure, especially

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Posted in Motivational, Uncategorized

How to Bounce Back From a Financial Emergency

Many of our posts have covered how to prepare for a financial emergency or what to do when one comes up. But we haven’t really addressed the post-emergency. So here are tips to get back on track when it happens

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Posted in Emergency Savings, Financial Wellness

What to do before leasing a car

Here’s a helpful and informational piece by Mary Ellen on what to do before you lease a car. Happy Flashback Friday! Time for a new car.  The ads on TV touting low monthly leases are enticing, especially when you compare

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Posted in Debt, Financial Wellness

How to avoid being broke all summer

Summer is warm weather, barbecues, spending time outside, and for some reason spending more money. Because it’s finally warm after a long and cold winter and spring, I try to fit in doing more things – which also usually costs

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Posted in Being Frugal, Entertainment, Financial Wellness
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