Two Cents: Q&A with Kate

Woah! Two Two Cents posts in a month? Surprise! I’ve gotten a lot of great responses for this series, so I’m going to increase to two a month for a little while just so I can get all this content out faster. Today’s take is very different than all the ones we’ve had to date; it’s insight into a home-buying process for the young millennial. Let me know if there are any specific Two Cents contributors you’d like to see a follow-up from. Otherwise, enjoy this post! Continue reading “Two Cents: Q&A with Kate”

Two Cents: Q&A with Zero Day Finance

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Welcome back to Two Cents, a Q&A series that reveals how individuals of different ages, cities, and professions feel about their current financial situation. This post is extra special because we’re going to dive into the brain of David, the blogger behind Zero Day Finance. I love when PF bloggers contribute to this series – it’s a peek into the driving factors behind why they write (take a look at the last blogger Two Cents here). David’s got a great site with a cool concept, and he’s got the drive to reach his financial goals. Enjoy his story! Continue reading “Two Cents: Q&A with Zero Day Finance”

Two Cents: Q&A with Helen

Welcome back to Two Cents, a Q&A series that reveals how individuals of different ages, cities, and professions feel about their current financial situation.

Hey everyone, meet Helen! She’s a good friend from college who now lives many states away 😭. Like me, Helen had the huge advantage of starting out at a company that forced financial learning, and that’s definitely reflected in the way she thinks about her finances. Yes, she has credit card debt, but she’s also handling it expertly! Read on to find out more. Continue reading “Two Cents: Q&A with Helen”

Two Cents: Q&A with Christian

Welcome back to Two Cents, a Q&A series that reveals how individuals of different ages, cities, and professions feel about their current financial situation.

This month we meet Christian. I’ve known Christian for almost a year and can say with certainty that he’s one of those guys that always has your back. As a numbers guy, Christian has really clear financial goals that he’s working towards, which is awesome! Continue reading “Two Cents: Q&A with Christian”

Two Cents: Q&A with Angie

Welcome back to Two Cents, a Q&A series that reveals how individuals of different ages, cities, and professions feel about their current financial situation.

Meet Angie! She’s super upbeat, an extremely talented dancer (although she doesn’t give herself enough credit for it), and always the life of the party. This is the kind of girl who can drink you under the table and still be ready for a 9 am presentation the next morning. She’s the extrovert to my introvert, which will quickly become apparent. Continue reading “Two Cents: Q&A with Angie”

Two Cents: Q&A with Ian

This is the first in a new monthly series titled Two Cents, which reveals how individuals of different ages, cities, and professions feel about their current financial situation.

This month, we meet Ian. As it just so happens, Ian is my boyfriend. We live together, and as such we’ll be sharing many of the experiences and experiments written about on this blog. He’s agreed to be a willing guinea pig for the Two Cents Q&A and may occasionally contribute to Cash Fasting. Continue reading “Two Cents: Q&A with Ian”