Work Remote: A Freedom Story! (Guest Post on Keep Thrifty)

January 19, 2018 Careers Guest Post 0

  Happy Friday! ¬†I am getting over a nasty little cold (thanks a lot, Adventure Rich Jr. ūüėČ I’m pretty sure this is from you…) and hope I will be getting a little R&R this weekend.     Keep Thrifty Guest Post!   Before you sign off and go find a winter adventure (I highly… Read more

And Then There Was One‚Ķ Income (Part 3: The “Non-Plan”)

January 17, 2018 Adventures Careers Family Household 33

  The Adventure Rich family recently had the privilege to choose to shift to one income, allowing Mr. Adventure Rich to quit his job. ¬†If you are just joining in, you can catch up on the story here:   And Then There Was One‚Ķ Income (Part 1: Quitting) And Then There Was One‚Ķ Income (Part… Read more

Ask Me Anything: Transitioning to One Income! (Question Request)

January 12, 2018 Careers Family Personal Finance 16

  Happy Friday and Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day weekend!   Alright, today I have a bit of a different article. ¬†It isn’t an article so much as a request for questions.   This week, I released Part 1 and Part 2 of our journey into becoming a one income family.   And Then… Read more

And Then There Was One… Income (Part 2: Privilege and Opportunity)

January 10, 2018 Adventures Careers Family Living Simple Living Well Personal Finance Philosophy 54

  I must admit, Mr. Adventure Rich and I are overwhelmed by the support, comments and excitement shared by the Adventure Rich readers and the personal finance community. ¬†I know it is a big deal to quit a job and drop an income, but I am blown away and grateful nonetheless. ¬†Thank you.   Today,… Read more

And Then There Was One… Income (Part 1: Quitting)

January 8, 2018 Adventures Careers Family Living Simple Living Well Philosophy 114

  Remember when I posted a tease about an upcoming announcement? ¬†I noted something like the following in reference to the picture above:   ‚ÄúMy dad gave us a congratulatory gift of Stormcloud Brew. Why? Well‚Ķ that‚Äôs a surprise‚Ķ for now. ūüėŹ #bignewscoming‚ÄĚ   Well, here you go… ¬†(drum roll please!)   The Adventure Rich… Read more

Life As a Female Breadwinner (Guest Post on Millennial Boss)

December 22, 2017 Careers Family Guest Post Household Personal Finance Philosophy 4

  Hello! ¬†I hope you are having a wonderful “week before Christmas” and Holiday season. ¬†We are enjoying our newly minted winter wonderland yard and relocating all of our necessary hats, gloves, boots, coats and other cold weather wear.   On Saturday, December 16th, a guest post I wrote appeared over on Millennial Boss. ¬†J… Read more

FIRE Drill Podcast Appearance… All About Being a Female Breadwinner!

December 13, 2017 Careers Family Interview Personal Finance 16

  Happy Wednesday! ¬†Wednesday is a great day for me. ¬†Many of my favorite podcasts release episodes and my podcast feed is filled for the next few days of listening during chores, running or working out, and driving. ¬†Today, I’d like to point you all in the direction of the FIRE Drill Podcast where I… Read more

Podcast Interview on Marriage, Kids, and Money!

December 6, 2017 Careers Interview 12

  This week, I had the pleasure of chatting with Andy Hill over on the Marriage, Kids, and Money Podcast (Episode 59: How Do I Get My Spouse Onboard With Budgeting)! ¬†Andy runs both a blog and a podcast under that same name (Marrige, Kids, and Money) and has an inspiring financial journey including a… Read more

Negotiating a Work Remote Arrangement (Guest Post on Millennial Money Man!)

November 15, 2017 Careers 0

  Today, Bobby from Millennial Money Man graciously accepted an article I wrote titled “Negotiating a Work Remote Arrangement”. ¬†Go check it out!   Background     In late May 2016, I lived with my husband and son in southern California. ¬†My career at a Fortune 50 company was strong and we were enjoying our… Read more

Planning and Preparing for Work Travel as a Working Mom

November 8, 2017 Careers Family Household 19

    Life as a working mom is never dull. ¬†And when work travel is added to an already busy-bordering on hectic schedule, I find great¬†opportunities to flex my planning and efficiency muscles.   I am fortunate to have a job that does not require an incredible amount of travel. ¬†That being said, in the… Read more