Money Under 30 is a blog about learning to build the life you desire. Specifically, I provide simple, honest advice about money for your mid-late twenties. As you go from being a broke college student to a young professional with a decent job and some money in the bank, maybe you’re wondering “what now?” Or, more aptly: “How do I not f—this up?”
I’ll show you.
Who This Blog Is For
You’re smart and a little bit ambitious. You’re savvy enough to know you should pay attention to money, but budgeting every month for the rest of your life sounds like some upper circle of hell.
Perhaps you want to get out of debt, get married, buy a home, or even have kids. Maybe you want time to have fun or travel before settling down. Or maybe you just want some furniture that’s not from IKEA. Whatever the ultimate goal, the fact is you have aspirations—you don’t want to eat Ramen and live with three strangers you met on Craigslist forever.
(By the way, it is fine if you’re over 30. Now I am too.)