Author: Chris Roane
Chris is a financial blogger who loves to be transparent about money-related issues. He’s paid off massive amounts of credit card debt and is the blog author of Money Stir. His main focus on Money Stir is talking about how money relates to our relationships, personal development, and how to plan for the future we want. He’s been quoted on Market Watch, The Ladders, and other publications.
Working as a remote employee can create unique problems. But the great news is that most of these problems working from home have solutions!
There are few things as awesome as having a work from home job as a remote employee. You get the benefits of a steady paycheck and the flexibility in working in your home office. But working from home is a…
You don’t have to be the smartest person in the room to be successful. If you think you are, that could be limiting your progress and relationships.
Seeing your credit score and viewing your credit reports has become a necessity in this day and age. Everything is becoming digitized, and new websites are launching all the time. But it can be hard to know if sites and…
Does fate exist? I don’t think fate exists in the way we usually think about it. Our choices have more power to change our financial future than we realize.
Why is it so hard to break bad financial habits? I go through how I am working through this problem in my life, and how I am turning things around.
Investing in your marriage is worth it. This is our experience going to a marriage workshop, and what this did for our marriage going forward.
Is Frugalwoods trying to manipulate us? Can we learn anything from their story? This is my take on the Frugalwoods controversy and what I think about it.
Increasing business revenue can be tricky. But finding ways to generate more cashflow can change things dramatically and allows you to shift your focus.
Managing your income and how you spend money will give you an accurate financial picture. It isn’t about making us feel guilty about how we spend money. It is about being aware of what is going on so we can…