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.
FAT FIRE gives you more options in how to spend your time during retirement. Your budget might increase and you might live in a large city.
It’s never too late to turn your financial life around. Most things can be fixed, but we have to pay attention with what is going on in our lives.
Anxiety can easily lead to anger and frustration. But it doesn’t have to. This is what I am doing to tackle my anxiety and push things forward.
Drama can be a business killer. This is what we’ve learned over the past few years in preventing drama in our business, and what we are going to do.
Deciding on whether to pay off your mortgage early can be a smart move, but it isn’t going to magically change your financial decisions.
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Toxic financial habits can ruin your financial future. But bad habits can be broken, if you wake yourself up to what is going on and make changes!
Financial independence gives us more options, but it does not mean life becomes easy. The problems we had before will still be there.
How we talk to people matters. I’m learning to hold my tongue and think about how I word things so that the conversation can continue and be open.
Reactive spending can create habits that are hard to break. Paying off debt and recovering from reactive spending is tough. But there is hope!