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declutter-your-life

The Ultimate Guide to Cleaning Up + Decluttering Y…

March 20th is the first day of spring. Can you believe it? March means the end of this year’s first quarter and a good reminder to look back on annual goals to focus on what’s important. To help you declutter this spring, I put together an epic list of posts that can help you declutter your life in all areas. Happy cleaning! Clean Up Your Finances Of course on a site about money, we have

past-self-advice

Why Giving Your Past Self Advice is Useless

I’ve seen a lot of bloggers do posts on advice for their past self. I figured what the hell why don’t I post one.   After all, I have a lot of knowledge today about hustling for more money now that I didn’t know in the past. It¬†would have saved me a bunch of trial and error if my “ghost of side hustling Taylor yet to come” spilled the beans on this stuff from the

emergency-expense

Why Everyone Needs Emergency Savings, Part II

It seems like right after I quit my job to turn my side-hustle into a full-time business… BAM! All types of emergency expenses come up and bite us in the ass. If we didn’t have a emergency savings we would have been grass. Remember when my car battery¬†took a crap? What luck! So, what happened this time? My husband Marc was being his little frugal mini me self and bought a needle and thread to

quit-job

On Quitting, Being a Follower, and Living Free.

Ok, I’ve finally done it. Something most people think is unconventional, irresponsible, and a guaranteed epic fail. I quit my job without a “big girl” job lined up to go solopreneur. It’s a terrifying, invigorating, and exciting prospect. Quitting didn’t come without a lot of second guessing, planning, and saving. But it’s something that I’ve always dreamed of and why not give it a shot in my mid twenties? I’ll probably be doing more work