Comment on April is National Financial Literacy Month by FinanceSuperhero.
It is never too late to spread awareness!
For the past two years, I have co-facilitated Financial Peace University in an effort to spread financial literacy. While I do not wholeheartedly follow the program recommendations to a T, I endorse FPU because I have seen the way the program can help people who are completely lost turn it around in a hurry.
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Houses and cars are the silent killers of all money dreams. I don’t see that changing, as long as the average person finds happiness in things rather than relationships and experiences.
I Accept the Yakezie Challenge
I’m eager to track your journey and learn from your experience. I am planning to take the plunge myself in a few weeks.
What Do You Do For a Living?
Ah, the dreaded small-talk-with-people-you-barely-know conversation. I used to despise being stuck in similar situations, but I am learning to like it more and more each year.
Your post got me thinking about how difficulty it can be to explain oneself when you are in a situation such as yours, or like me, in the midst of a significant career transition.
In the future, you could always respond that you are CEO/CFO/COO of FinancialSlacker. THAT might lead to some really incredulous looks and interesting conversation. 🙂
Quick Tips to Look Your Best on a Budget
This is a great list! Most people will be prone to nod in agreement with you until they get to the parts about sleep and exercise. I tend to do well on the sleep part and struggle with exercise unless I am training for a half marathon/marathon/ultra marathon.
My only disagreement? The beard. I love my beard and think it works for me. But you are completely correct – a beard just doesn’t work for many dudes.