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4 Good Types of Debt: When It Makes Sense To Take On Debt
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4 Good Types of Debt: When It Makes Sense To Take On Debt

This post is sponsored by Lexington Law Living a debt free life is the ideal scenario but sometimes, taking on debt cannot be avoided. And sometimes it makes perfect sense to actually take on debt voluntarily. I was going to include ‘getting medical attention and life saving treatment’ on this […]

I’m going to kill you (of passing notes and school shootings)
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I’m going to kill you (of passing notes and school shootings)

It was a note being passed between friends. That was Tuesday’s news — a note. She was giggling and it was adorable. I look forward to this tiny window being cracked open and the puff of fresh air from her daytime life away from me that sweeps gently across mine. […]

Dad Advice To His Kid Upon Getting Her First Job
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Dad Advice To His Kid Upon Getting Her First Job

This post is sponsored by Lexington Law Firm So your kid got their first job, that’s awesome. Congrats to them…now what? Here’s some dad advice from a parent who’s been there on how to help kids balance life, time, and money now that they are working. Save for seeing Hamilton […]

A Stay At Home Dad’s Tips for Teaching Kids Personal Finance and The Best Money Games for Kids
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A Stay At Home Dad’s Tips for Teaching Kids Personal Finance and The Best Money Games for Kids

This post is sponsored by Lexington Law Firm Ten years ago, I willing waved goodbye to my cushy white collar job, and its beefy annual summertime bonus, to be a full time dad. My daughters were 4 and 1 then, newbies still as this whole ‘life’ thing. Upon announcing my […]

3 Things You Should Do Before Saving For College
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3 Things You Should Do Before Saving For College

This post is sponsored by Lexington Law Firm. Thanks to the creation of 529 College Savings Plans in the Small Business Job Protection Act of 1996, American parents have unwittingly been entered into yet another rat race. Not only are we climbing ladders to get the ‘best’ jobs and own […]

Trying To Find One Of The Best Restaurants In Dublin
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Trying To Find One Of The Best Restaurants In Dublin

It was about a mile. Maybe a skosh more from the famous Long Room Of The Old Library At Trinity College in Dublin. Even with a Thanksgiving weekend chill in the air, this was not an unreasonable distance to cover on foot. I marched out in front of my troupe, […]

The Coolest and The Kindest Kid
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The Coolest and The Kindest Kid

It was the third day of school, mid-August. The sun was at the peak of her powers, still, and yet the 11-year-old who’s now a full fledged 6th grader was wearing black leggings, boots, and a hoodie. Her look, more reliable than the postman. With hair longer on the right […]

The Debt of Youth and A Credit Repair Company to Help You Travel The World
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The Debt of Youth and A Credit Repair Company to Help You Travel The World

This story was sponsored by Lexington Law Firm. All the opinions and details expressed below and 100% true…unfortunately. Early days, I climbed the ladder up to my own personal debt ceiling one ‘$30 Friendly’s dinner with my first steady girlfriend’ rung at a time. I paid the minimums and paid […]

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