How to Help Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts Since Friday, millions of Americans have their eyes on Hurricane Harvey and the damage its inflicting to Texas. Ase we watch Hurricane Harvey with heavy hearts, we wonder how we can help the Lone Star State. Charitable organizations […]
Month: August 2017
Being a victim of theft is not only financially annoying and painful but it will leave you feeling violated and vulnerable. I was hacked and this is what I learned from the experience. I was just wrapping up a relaxing weekend trip to the mountains […]
The world of Military Personal Finance blogging is a complex and small niche. However, a small group of military servicemembers and spouses are making waves in the military finance blogging community with their new blogs. Each of these blogs are all under a year old. […]
Last December, I gave myself a gift that I’ve been wanting for a while. I finally pulled the trigger on correcting my vision with Lasik surgery. Before surgery, I was practically blind without my glasses or contacts. I’m telling you, Lasik surgery was life-changing for […]
I love my remote work position and a lot of people always want to know how I “got” it. Follow me over to Blue Star Families and read about how to Prepare the Perfect Pitch and Work from Home.
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