Organizing Your Finances to Finish 2019 on a High Note

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With Labor Day behind us, a new school year and season ahead, there is no better time than now to organize your financial life. Resolutions and goals should not be reserved simply for the New Year; we can and should take inventory of how we are doing financially at any point in the year. Personally, September has always felt like a new beginning, a second start – maybe it’s the freshly printed planners or the forever student in me. Whatever the case, you too can use September as a time to reflect on the last nine months and plan ahead into the New Year. 

Regardless of whether or not you made financial goals in the beginning of 2019, these tips below will help you stay on track or evaluate where you want to be for 2020. Continue reading “Organizing Your Finances to Finish 2019 on a High Note”

What Moving to Brooklyn Cost Me

WE NO LONGER LIVE IN OUR PARENTS’ BASEMENTS.

 

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my empty room on move out day… it was sad.

 

On April 6th, 2019, we moved into our Brooklyn apartment. This wasn’t a decision we made lightly, it took us a few months of planning. 

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Trip Summary: Iceland

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We snagged cheap tickets for Iceland back in April. October is considered low season so it wasn’t a surprise that ticket costs weren’t high. Traveling during this time gave us a greater opportunity to see the Northern Lights, but made me seriously paranoid about hitting bad weather. Continue reading “Trip Summary: Iceland”

Merry Chrismukkah – Holiday Expenses

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The holidays can be a stressful time of year. From buying gifts at crowded malls with angry parking lot drivers to visiting extended family / your significant other’s family. From sweating in the kitchen preparing your signature dessert to feeling the pressure to give good gifts because you have a well-paying full-time job.

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