What to Do if You Lose Your Job:

So… You’ve lost your job.. now what? I suggest saving this post as a guide, just incase. First of all, try not to panic. You will survive and everything happens for a reason. This doesn’t make it any less sucky, but recognize that panicking & fighting against what is done will not help the situation.Continue reading “What to Do if You Lose Your Job:”

September 2021 Financial Update:

So… I wrote this blog post, and mere hours later I unexpectedly lost my job. This changes things a lot. It was of no fault of my own. My bosses messed up really bad and let me go as a last ditch effort to protect themselves, hoping I don’t know my rights. That’s all I’mContinue reading “September 2021 Financial Update:”

How to Retire in Your 20s -No Gimmicks or Inheritance.

Yes, you read that right. Something amazing happened the other day, the authors of Quit Like a Millionaire and the blog Millennial Revolution decided to do my reader case & promote my blog. I sent our financial situation to them 2+ months ago and honestly totally forgot about it. I just went to their blogContinue reading “How to Retire in Your 20s -No Gimmicks or Inheritance.”

Reaching Partial Financial Independence:

I made a post on July 7th, 2021 called: You Are a Lot Closer to Your Ideal Lifestyle Than You Think.. and it turned out to be very true. Now that we sold my husband’s vehicle, we have accomplished everything on my “dream life/ideal lifestyle” list that is near the bottom of the aforementioned blog post.Continue reading “Reaching Partial Financial Independence:”

4 Reasons Why You Should Sell Your Car NOW:

I hate it when writers mess around and take a long time to get to the point of their post, and I have to keep scrolling & scrolling. You know what I mean, so I am just going to jump right into it: Car values have appreciated for the first time ever. This is huge.Continue reading “4 Reasons Why You Should Sell Your Car NOW:”

May 2021 Financial Update:

It’s officially been one year since my first financial update! Let’s see where we were financially in May 2020: Our Current Numbers as of June 1st 2020: $16,814 Invested $10,028 In Savings No HSA (will get one Oct. 2022 when we can) -$150,279 Total Debt (House and Car) Some things that happened this month.. ourContinue reading “May 2021 Financial Update:”

My Goal Life:

Without knowing where you want to go, you will surely get lost along the way, wandering aimlessly. The same can be said about your finances & every other aspect of life. Before you start your conscious journey, Where are you going? Where do you want to end up? What does your dream life look like?Continue reading “My Goal Life:”

April 2021 Financial Update:

Hello & Welcome back to Ease Your Financial Payne! Spring weather is finally here so we’ve spent quite a lot of time outside this month. It feels so amazing to finally get some natural vitamin D again! Some things that happened this month: Brandon (my husband) is now fully vaccinated and so is a lotContinue reading “April 2021 Financial Update:”

Our Podcast Money For Everyone Has Been Released!!!

On February 15th, 2021 we released our first full episode of Money For Everyone on Apple & Spotify. Today, we have five episodes out. We upload a new episode bi-weekly on Mondays. A bit about the Podcast: We have a vision of a world in which everyone knows how to manage their money to achieveContinue reading “Our Podcast Money For Everyone Has Been Released!!!”

March 2021 Financial Update:

Welcome back and Happy Spring! (Hopefully.) Here in Minnesota, you never know when Spring is actually here. The past two Winters, it has been warmer & less snowy than usual, which is concerning, to be honest. Also, last summer was not as humid either, it was very dry, at least where I live. Now thatContinue reading “March 2021 Financial Update:”