Looking to retire early? Learn how you two can define your priorities and find ways to save big on your budget while still having fun!
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Finding Your Financial Path
How are you two doing on your goals this year? Are things chugging along pretty well or you had a bump in the road?
For us, January has been not that we expected. We had to make a couple trips to Virginia to see a dear friend when they went into hospice and shortly after again when they lost their battle with cancer.
While we’ve done a pretty good job with our finances, you can imagine, our minds and priorities were on other more important matters.
If you had a setback or looking to get back on track with your goals, Ziv from Our Financial Path is on the show today to share his stories and some tips to help.
In this episode we get into:
- deciding together on what’s your priorities
- finding ways to save with their budget
- living a good life without sacrificing quality
Hope you enjoy!
Resources on Discovering Your Financial Path
Want to learn more? Here are some resources to check out:
$20 Date Night Challenge
Last summer we did the $20 Date Night Challenge and was a ton of fun!
So what is the challenge? We’re going to inspire one another to go out on more dates, but not break our budget.
Starting this week, each Friday I’ll share some date night ideas you two can do that should cost no more than $20.
We’re talking about eating out, catching concerts, and having some downtime as a couple.
And to make this a bit more interesting, we’re having a contest. You can win some cash for more dates!
If you haven’t already, join the community. Once you’re in, all you have to do is take a picture of your own $20 date night. Share it on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram, tag me, and use the hashtag #20dollardatenight!
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