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I love yoga. It’s challenging and has numerous physical benefits – it makes you more flexible, it makes stretching easier, and it strengthens your muscles. It has plenty of mental benefits as well. I leave yoga feeling centered, calm, and refreshed. The first time...read more
When you think about your student loans do you feel anxious, depressed, or trapped? Does it infuriate you when you review your bill and realize that only about 50% of your payments are going toward the principal balance, while the remainder is going to interest?...read more
Life's necessities call for ongoing spending. Food, housing, transportation and other basic needs comprise the nuts and bolts of most budgets, as well as clothing, which represents another perennial spending category. Fortunately, although you can't do without...read more
Tax time is never fun, and if it’s your first time filing your taxes after getting married, be prepared for a few more headaches. The biggest decision you will have to make in regards to taxes is: should you file your taxes jointly or separately? There are benefits...read more
My husband and I share many common interests, but our personalities are polar opposites in numerous ways. He’s messy, creative, and often takes a laid-back “I’ll do it later” approach that annoys me to no end. I’m an analytical, organized, type-A neat freak. It’s no...read more
Visits to therapists skyrocket during the cold winter months. Research shows that most of us feel more sad, anxious, or irritable during the winter than we do in the summer. Some develop a serious condition called Seasonal Affective Disorder, which is defined as...read more
Hi there! I’m Jen. When I finished grad school, I found myself underemployed and buried in student loan debt. I became passionate about helping other young people make smarter financial choices. You CAN achieve financial freedom – I’ll show you how.
- My Student Loans 64%
- Husband’s Student Loans 50%
- Car Loan 27%
- Emergency Fund 100%