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Mistakes I made with my Emergency Fund

I’ve written about my Emergency Fund in the past. Possibly because I’m super proud of actually having it (and believe me, for somebody who has never been good with money, it’s a huge accomplishment). Or possibly because it’s super important you have it. But the journey hasn’t been easy for me and I’ve made a… Continue reading Mistakes I made with my Emergency Fund

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Why I write about money on the Path to Less

Though the recent string of posts focusing on sustainability might suggest a very specific focus, I also wrote a lot about money on the side. From NoSpendYear to why Emergency Fund is important. I’ve mentioned my goal to save up for a downpayment for an apartment more than once. And you might be asking yourself:… Continue reading Why I write about money on the Path to Less

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My journey from terrifying debt to positive net worth and plans for the future

Let’s talk about money for a second. It’s a topic I have touched on before because it’s a subject very close to my heart. I want to share a personal story with you because my experience with money has been fundamental in putting me on the Path to Less. I wasn’t always good with money.… Continue reading My journey from terrifying debt to positive net worth and plans for the future

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How having an Emergency Fund saved me from financial trouble

I’ve been bad with money almost my entire life. In fact it’s only recently (last two or three years?) where I managed to get my head on straight and pull myself out of debt and into saving a nest egg; but that’s a story for another day. The story I want to share today is… Continue reading How having an Emergency Fund saved me from financial trouble