Budget, Debt

When Big News Means Big [financial] Changes

The following post contains affiliate links. The opinions below are 100% my own. For any questions, please check out my¬†Disclosure. There are some BIG changes happening over here at Bluegrass Bones, y’all. Our household is expanding slightly (and by “slightly”, I mean like whoa), and in five months, there will be a third human occupying… Read More When Big News Means Big [financial] Changes

Budget, Resources + Tools, Travel

4 Ways I Fly Stress-Free (+ how I save with Southwest while I do it)

The following post contains affiliate links. The opinions below are 100% my own. For any questions, please check out my Disclosure. This one time, I stood in the TSA security line with Redfoo from LFMAO in the Columbus airport. For reals. Stuart still maintains it wasn’t him, but I knew better. It was totally Red… Read More 4 Ways I Fly Stress-Free (+ how I save with Southwest while I do it)

Financial Planning, Resources + Tools

5 Financial Conversations You Need to Have Before Tying the Knot

So, it’s already been two months since we returned from our fabulous, wonderful, spectacular vacation to Glacier National Park. If I had it my way, we would have stayed hidden in the Rocky Mountains and never returned… It was THAT awesome! Immersing yourself in a completely different environment has a way of making you reflect… Read More 5 Financial Conversations You Need to Have Before Tying the Knot

Financial Planning

When to Check Your Financial Pulse and Why it Matters

I did not feel like doing anything on Saturday. Complete snooze-fest. Seebs couldn’t have been happier. After a couple of minutes tearing around the yard, his Great Dane “energy” was depleted. I was productive, though. I ordered groceries from Giant Eagle Curbside. I’m unsure how I functioned before online ordering for groceries. Who has time… Read More When to Check Your Financial Pulse and Why it Matters

Budget, Personal Finance

8 Terrible Financial Mistakes I’ve Made and How to Avoid Them

Before I knew anything about budgeting or financial planning, I made some pretty horrible financial mistakes. American high school students have to pass English, science, and history, but did anyone ever think a basic finance class would be a good idea?? Everyone has to pay bills and deal with finances, and yet it’s often left… Read More 8 Terrible Financial Mistakes I’ve Made and How to Avoid Them