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From Broke to Financially Woke Interview Series – MikedUp Blog

At the worst, our total debt neared $1Million. Since that point about 2 years ago, we’ve made significant progress, and if we only continue

From Broke to Financially Woke Interview Series – Get Back on Feet

I must admit that living paycheck to paycheck made me a much more responsible person. I became more grateful for what I had…

From Broke to Financially Woke – Money Stir

Most of my adult life I have been a member of Broke Phi Broke. I’ve spent so much time getting into debt, and then trying to pay it off.

From Broke to Financially Woke Interview Series – Savvy New Canadians

I have a been a member of the Broke Phi Broke club a few times in my life. I did not start out that way.

From Broke Phi Broke to Financially Woke Interview Series – Jackie Beck

I spent about 4 years as an unemployed single mom living way below the poverty level, so paycheck to paycheck wasn’t even in the picture…

From Broke Phi Broke to Financially Woke Interview Series – Making Momentum

The debt load I was carrying and lack of financial literacy was a weight that brought stress, self-doubt and general frustration.

The Secret to Defeating Procrastination

Many books, blogs, and online courses have been written on the subject of conquering procrastination. If you are like me, you want to know

From Broke to Financially Woke Interview Series – Budget Kitty

Becoming financially woke is extremely important to me and helping others do the same is why I started Budget Kitty. I don’t think schools

A Lesson in Financial Empathy

“As Jacob’s net worth grew, so did his ego. He forgot what it was like to hit rock-bottom. In his mind, anyone could easily achieve FI.

From Broke Phi Broke to Financially Woke Interview Series – Just Start Investing

Luckily, must of my broke phi broke days were in undergrad. I was stingy and remember thinking Noodles and Co was a 5 star dinner.

Can digital minimalism help to improve your financial life?

One of my favorite authors, Cal Newport, released a new book on February 5th. As a huge fan of his last book, Deep Work, I could not wait..

From Broke Phi Broke to Financially Woke Interview Series – Invested Wallet

The purpose of this series it to give hope to those struggling to escape from the not so secret group Broke Phi Broke. A group whose chant

How to Pay Off Credit Card Debt (And Use Credit Cards Responsibly)

Credit cards are a huge part of the economy in the US. According to NerdWallet, the total credit card debt in the US was $944 billion at the

From Broke Phi Broke to Financially Woke Interview Series – Kassandra Dasent

The purpose of this series it to give hope to those struggling to escape from the not so secret group Broke Phi Broke. A group whose chant

The Pension Route to Early Retirement

“I can just work 25 more years and ride off into the sunset with my pension. I would be entitled to 90% of my salary (average of my…

My Rockstar Finance Guest Curator Experience

Last month, I got a chance to get a behind the scenes look at the Rockstar finance curation process. Rockstar Finance is a personal finance

From Broke Phi Broke to Financially Woke Interview Series – EAT Money

The purpose of this series it to give hope to those struggling to escape from the not so secret group Broke Phi Broke. A group whose chant

Investing Basics – How Robots Can Help You Improve Your Net Return

Thanks to the power of robo-advisors, today, the investing process is more accessible than ever. Free-of-charge trades execution…

From Broke Phi Broke to Financially Woke Interview Series – Vital Dollar

The purpose of this series it to give hope to those struggling to escape from the not so secret group Broke Phi Broke. A group whose chant.

My Thoughts on Digital Minimalism: Choosing a Focused Life in a Noisy World

Instead of living in the physical world, I choose to spend most of my precious time living in the virtual world. A world that has allowed..

Financial Freedom Chapter 4 Review – Where Are You Now?

Like any journey in life, in order to know how to get from point A to point B, we must clearly define point A. Although most of us understa

Is FI Possible for the Less Fortunate?

For most people living in the ghetto, the idea of financial independence seems impossible. The primary goal is to escape and never look…

An Exploration of Financial Independence Through Hip-Hop/R&B Lyrics

When you listen to music, does your mind drift off to thinking about financial independence? I know this may sound crazy, but mine does…

5 Lessons I Learned From Growing Up In The Ghetto (And How They Helped Me On The Road To Financial Independence)

Peerless Money Mentor’s article “Growing Up In The Ghetto” inspired me to reach out to him because I also grew up in the ghetto and eventual

Reselling a Diamond Ring After a Breakup

“They say diamonds are forever. While that may be true, sometimes relationships are seasonal. You will lose money…