I applied and was approved for a new Sofi 5-year student loan. I got a 68bps (0.68%) interest rate reduction over my previous rate and the monthly minimum payment has decreased by $120 per month. The only problem is, 5 years from now I will 41 years old. I refuse to be a 40+ year … Read morePaying Off Student Loans Before Turning 40
This will be our second year with the Jetblue business card, and as such, we must evaluate if we are still deriving enough value from the card to justify keeping it open. Yearly Fee This card comes with a $99 annual fee. When we signed up for the card, the first year’s fee was not … Read moreThe Jetblue Business Card…love it or cut it?
I was having a conversation with a friend when she revealed to me that her and her husband sometimes take turns being single parents. We both agree that if there is any positive side to being a single parent, it is having an on-demand baby sitter (assuming you have an amicable relationship). They don’t physically … Read moreSingle Parent Practice
As an owner of the the Chase Marriott Bonvoy card, I am entitled to a free hotel stay once per year. This perk is usually deposited into my account on the anniversary of my account opening and expires after one year. I noticed that my night’s expiration day was approaching and rather than letting it … Read moreMy “Free” Marriott Bonvoy night – Philadelphia Zoo Review
Below is a running list of Countries we’ve visited so far. My plan is to build a interactive map detailing our experience in each location United States Mexico Argentina Dominican Republic Aruba Jamaica Cuba Bahamas
Traveling is fun for our family for many reasons that I wont get into in this post. I think it is interesting to take an eye bird’s view at how much we spend on travel overall. I like to dig a little deeper to see how we were able to accomplish this or to see … Read moreThe cost of Travel: Overview