My email subscribers all know that my family has recently relocated (that’s why you haven’t seen me around here much lately!). We’re talking about a BIG relocation…from the suburbs of Detroit to Shanghai, China. And while we’ve lived abroad before (in South Korea and even in China
Ignorance certainly isn’t bliss when it comes to anything in personal finance, and that’s especially true for taxes. Sure, you can hire someone to complete your tax returns for you. But you are the one making the day-to-day decisions that will impact the numbers that ultimately go
Today we have something different other than just a regular blog post. You may have noticed that it’s especially quiet here on the blog over the last couple months. While I’ve tried to keep up with everything as much as possible–raising a young family, work, life–I’m absolutely
Because the principles behind YNAB are different than traditional budgeting, it can be a little tricky to get started. However, once you take the first steps to figure it all out, it’s a game changer for your money. Here’s exactly what you need to do to get
Last year, my word of the year was “enough”. I was frequently able to express gratitude for the things I already owned and realize how much abundance I had in my life. Overall, I bought fewer things and saved more money. I also said, “enough” to many things
If you’ve already abandoned some of your New Year’s money resolutions, don’t despair. A whopping 80% of us give up on our goals by mid-February. So, what’s our problem?! It’s not always just a lack of motivation or focus that keep us from achieving our goals. Sometimes,
I’m Kathryn Hanna-wife, mother of 3 and a Certified Public Accountant. I love to budget (really, I do!) , build spreadsheets and spend money on travel, sewing supplies and good chocolate.