Take a Day Off. Seriously.

Guilty of thinking you can do it all? Join the club. We’re supposed to always be busy right? Because if we are not doing something constantly that’s a sign of laziness. Or so we've been told. If you’re lucky life reminds you that you need to slow down. The other day I crashed. I was so tired I didn't care if the to-do list doubled while I took the evening off. The next day my brain still felt fuzzy. I was just about to force myself to attack the to-do list when I said: No, it can wait. I … [Continue reading]

52 Book Challenge – July 2014 plus Giveaway

If you haven’t followed along my 52 Book Challenge that started in May you can read about it here and here. I had big goals for July. It didn’t go as planned. With a 10 day road-trip to National Parks (valid excuse, right?) I only read 4,35 books. However, this time around I’m giving away one of the books I read. Here are the books I read for the month of July and what I thought of them: 1. Smart Money Smart Kids: Raising the Next Generation to Win with Money by Rachel Cruze & Dave … [Continue reading]

Day Job to Dream Job – Book Review


Do you feel as if going to your day job is like a punishment? Do you almost wish you rather had the flu when the alarm goes off than having to go to a job that sucks the soul out of you? Do you feel trapped? Do you wish you could make a living … [Continue reading]

Become Debt-Free with 5 Dollars a Day

debt free 5 dollars a day

We haven’t talked money lately so it’s time for a little math to show you how you can become debt-free with 5 dollars a day. I love to ask people: "Would you say you spend at least a 1,000 dollars a year on things like grabbing a sandwich, cup of … [Continue reading]

52 Book Challenge – June 2014

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End of April I decided to challenge myself to read 52 books in a year. You can catch up on the books I read in April & May here. In the month of June I read the following books: 1. The Art of Work by Jeff Goins. This book is not … [Continue reading]