I’m reading a chapter of a book each night and earlier this week I read (actually, I reread) a chapter from Dave Ramsey’s book, Financial Peace.
I read this for the first time back in 2009 and I’m going through it again using the Planner Workbook.
Here are two key takeaways from Chapter 3:
- Money is ACTIVE
- Money is AMORAL
So what do these really mean?
I’m in my happy place right now.
Praying, planning and thinking about 2017. I mentioned (maybe here or on the Instagram/Facebook page) that I’m doing my 2017 planning a little differently. In fact, my only shopping during the Thanksgiving holiday was to purchase these planners:
Too often, we end up buying expensive, last-minute gifts because we are pressure prompted. The worst thing about this is– these last minute purchases end up being items that the person does…
Source: It’s Never Too Early to Prepare for the Holidays
Cooking in the Campus Apartments at UNC-Chapel Hill.
As far as I can recall, “Fix-It With Fran” was born in 2008 (The timestamped photo supports that theory).
At some point during my grad school career, my office administrator started calling me “Fix-It Fran.” Every time something happened in the office, particularly with plants, she jokingly said, “It’s time for Fix-It With Fran.”