Is it your dream to be work optional with index funds & real estate? 

 

Um, same. You are in the right spot! 

 

So, before I get too excited about our new, budding friendship-- you probably want to get to know me a bit better. I have a LONG story.  However, it is key to understanding my passion for budgeting and rental properties.  Quite honestly, it is a little crazy around here.  I bet you can SO relate in one way or another! 

Get to know me!

Want to be in the know?

Drop you contact info and we will send you all the nerdy information to help you become successful! 

Interested in learning more?

Search the Course Library to pick the best course for you! I created these courses to HELP YOU!

Course Library

Spot the Shade 

'Shiny object syndrome' is why people who consider themselves “smart” end up in such hot financial messes. I know, because I have been there, so we should chat.

Learn How

Spending Habits

Want to save money, but you have poor spending habits? Learn about a few of my tricks on saving money!

(number 4 is my FAV)

Fix Your Habits

Get out of Car Debt

 NGFI fun fact: Americans owe more than $1.2 trillion on auto loans, the highest in U.S. history.

Since we are pursuing FI, we are going to have to do better!

Read More

Want to Listen? 

On the podcast, i'll teach you how financial independence can be for anyone who wants it badly enough and that investing in real estate doesn’t have to be scary, take vast DIY knowledge, or involve heaps of debt.

 

When I am not sharing my own progress to FI, I’ll be picking the brains of like-minded debt contentious investors. 

I am SO ready to listen & learn!

FI & Retire Early

Ah yes, let's chat about the road most frequently traveled in the FIRE community. (which I decided was NOT exactly for me...)  The world of traditional FIRE, which stands for Financial Independence Retire Early.  

If you’ve ever done a little Google searching on the concept of financial independence, you likely have come across the “rule of 25”. The great and powerful rule of 25 is a biggie, often called your “FI number.”

What is the Rule of 25?