I want to make one thing clear right away: I don’t wish hard times upon anyone. I would love it if life was always smooth sailing for you and your […]

If you’ve read past blog posts, you know I’m a big believer in creating sustainable savings. It’s absolutely vital to build up an emergency fund, as well as invest in […]

In America, we are raised on short-term thinking. All our lives, we’ve been told to buy now, satisfy our cravings, or to take advantage of a “limited time offer.” We […]

The U.S. has watched in horror as three major storms—Harvey, Jose, and Irma—have devastated large populations within and just outside of our borders. One after another, these storms have demolished […]

As working parents, we can sometimes feel like our lives are out of control. Our schedules are jam packed with work meetings, soccer practice, dance classes, doctor’s appointments…and maybe even […]

It is difficult to put into words how I feel about the passing of my good friend and colleague, Charles Blossom. Chuck was more than the Founder and President of […]

It’s a seller’s market. If you pay any attention to the real estate industry, you’ll know that most areas in the nation are favoring home sellers, rather than buyers, at […]

As of the writing of this blog post, the stock market is on an upward trajectory. It’s been robust lately and has seen some all-time highs this year (but to […]

If you’re searching for a new job, chances are you’ve spent a lot of time on the front-end preparation. You’ve polished your résumé, researched job postings, applied and applied, attended […]

The historically low interest rates that we’ve seen for the past decade have done something unusual—and potentially dangerous—to those shopping for a home. The low rates have given people a […]