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Why and How I’m Living Without Insurance

I know what you’re thinking: why in God’s name would you ever live without insurance? Well, let me tell you… I’m someone who has had to seriously re-evaluate my life this year, as it has been tumultuous: I’ve changed jobs twice, I bought a house in an area I said I’d never live in, I’ve…

Why Quitting my Job Helped me Lose Weight

I am not, what one would call, the healthiest of beings. I do eat a pescetarian diet out of medical necessity, but beyond that I am probably one of the least healthy people I know. I’m a Carb Queen, Keto’s existence makes me sad, and I make no apologies. Now before I get into the…

It’s OK to be a Financial Hypocrite

I’m sure you’re wondering why I’m saying that it’s okay to be a Financial Hypocrite…or at least I assume so, because you clicked the link and here you are. I know and everyone that tolerates me knows that I can get a little obsessive (#OCDftw) when it comes to finances. There is a reason for…

Mental Health: Why it’s Important and Where to Get Help

Here I am finally introducing the ‘happiness’ portion of this blog, and it still feels a little ‘Debbie Downer’. I really wanted to do a post about how important mental health is, as I feel like a lot of the older generations tend to have this view that if you have mental health issues something…

Exercise Equipment Hunting: For Poor People

Are you sick of paying $70 a month for a gym membership that lets you cancel at any time – or even the $20 per month you pay to be locked in to a 5 year contract (I’m looking at you Anytime Fitness)? What if I told you that you get could your entire at-home…