Sending Our Kids to College – Saving for College

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

Your SMART Goals Aren’t Good Enough

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

My Ideal Retirement

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

Making Goals More Manageable

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.

Breakdown Your Main Goal

My goal is to save Read More