Even though our boys are 2 years old and 2 months old, it is not too early to start saving for college. If our children get into college, we want to help pay for it. Unfortunately, the estimated costs for a 4 year degree in 16 & 18 years are pretty terrifying. Furthermore, saving for college to cover all of … Read More
SMARTER Goals Get Results
You have probably heard about making SMART goals. I hear them all the time around my office. We talk about SMART goals for career planning, annual planning, project planning, basically everything planning (SMART stands for Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, & Time-Bound.) It’s very common and said almost sarcastically around here because … Read More
How I Imagine My Retirement
One day I hope to retire. I’ve already described what I think we’re going to need, money wise, to retire. But what do I imagine a full day/week/month is going to look like? What do I even want it to look like? I feel that trying to put it all together in my head is … Read More
It’s important to set goals for yourself in anything you do. Whether you want to learn a new language, become a great cook, or set aside a large sum of money for retirement, you can set goals along the way to keep yourself motivated and make the larger goal more approachable.