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Personality Type vs. Financial Behavior

I first learned about the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator when I was a graduate student. The MBTI is a series of questions that assigns you a four-letter personality type. There are tons of websites dedicated to explaining the various traits of each … Continue reading...

5 Lessons Learned From Bad Money Choices

From failing, you learn. From success, not so much. - Meet the Robinsons If you've been reading here very long, you know I've done some TOTALLY stupid things where money is concerned. Between bankruptcy, credit card debt, and expensive tanning bed … Continue reading...

We’ve Moved!

As of right now, SOD has a new home - https://www.sooverthis.com - though the old URL will still direct you.I'm a little stressed out about it. My Alexa ranking has dropped to zero, which affects my progress in the Yakezie Challenge. Google doesn't … Continue reading...

The Two Ways to Get Out of Debt

At the height of my spending frenzy, my dad said something that made a lot of sense. Actually, he says many things that make sense, especially regarding finances. He should be the one with the blog! Anyway, this particular comment is one that I have … Continue reading...

I’m Over Being Afraid of Goals

I'm usually nervous about setting SMART goals (specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, time-oriented) in my financial life. I do have some goals, like getting to my next e-fund goal of $5000, putting at least $2000 in my Roth IRA this year (I'm … Continue reading...