As spring turns into summer, we celebrate both Mother’s and Father’s Day. Time is a precious thing, so be sure to spend your time wisely and let your parents know how much they mean to you.
This month has been really exciting for me, financially that is. If you didn’t hear the good news announced a couple days ago, you’ll want to continue reading.
Once a month I like to feature other blogs, authors and posts I enjoyed reading. There are so many awesome bloggers that share a wealth of information, I can’t help but pass it on.
Top 5 Favorite Posts
10 Steps to Stop Dreaming and Start Packing – Live Bold and Bloom. I’ve followed this blog for awhile, and it’s one of my favorites! It doesn’t really have anything to do with finances, but it’s inspiring and constantly encouraging me to live life in a bold way.
Tax Tips to Live by For the First-Time Freelancer – BrazenCareerist. As a freelancer, keeping track of tax related expenses and income can be really confusing. This article explains some simple tips to understand freelance taxes 101.
Putting Your Health Before Your Finances – Modest Money. Neglecting my health is something I’ve done in the past because I was too focused on work. But this post is a good reminder of why our health should come first.
Helping You Get a Promotion – DinksFinance. We all want to make more money, but we aren’t always equipped with the right methods to get it. If you’re working towards getting a promotion, these tips are just for you.
10 Frugal Ways to Save Big on Booze – You Have More Than You Think. I know this article wasn’t published this month, but I just found it and had to share. I mean who doesn’t want to save money on alcohol?!
Popular Posts I’ve Written
8 Summer Vacation Ideas that Won’t Break the Bank – ReadyForZero Blog
5 Travel Hacks to Make the Most of Your Summer Trip – Careful Cents
3 Types of Income that Will Grow Your Wealth – PerkStreet Blog
Featured in the Media
I started off 2012 with the goal to get featured on a major media websites, like Lifehacker or The Consumerist. And last month, I officially met that goal! This month has been relatively quiet, since most of my energy went towards becoming debt free.
Let’s Talk Money Series – Interview at Tackling Our Debt
This year I plan to publish at least one guest post per month. Below is the list of guest posts for May.
Starting Your Own Business: 5 Time Management Tips – GoGirl Finance
I’m a regular guest for a weekly podcast on iTunes, and it’s gained more and more listeners every week. A new episode is released every Monday morning.
Take a moment to check out the blogs from my fellow podcasters:
- The Free Financial Advisor
- The Millionaire Nurse Blog
- Your Finances Simplified
- Don’t Quit Your Day Job
And for the grand finale……………..THIS MONTH I AM FINALLY DEBT FREE!!! Getting out of debt is no easy feat, and I have a ton of respect for people who have done it, and are doing it.
In the next few weeks I will be explaining more about my debt free journey and how I paid off $14,000 in 14 months – making $37,000 a year.
Was May a good or bad month for you?
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