The older I get the more I realize how fortunate I am to have found someone with similar financial values as myself. Except, it wasn’t always this way. In fact, I had two other significant relationships before meeting Mr. MMM and only 1 out of those 2 were any good with money. In retrospect, I understand the importance of choosing the right partner in terms of financial well-being. Choose the wrong partner, and you might find yourself in your own private financial Hell.
It is great to be on our way to financial freedom and to be doing all the right things. But let me tell you, it wasn’t always this way. Mr. MMM and I had separate lives (obviously) until we met a few years ago. We both have a past with plenty of mistakes littered along the way. It’s easy to read these personal finance blogs and think you’re the only one who hasn’t done it right or isn’t doing it right. But I am here to tell you, you are so wrong.
Do You Take This Shoestring To Be Your Wedding Budget? “I Do!”
Well, we did it! We got hitched and we are now officially Mr. and Mrs. Money Monster. Tonight is the last night of our Vermont Honeymoon and I couldn’t be happier to be starting this blog post. My apologies for being MIA the past week, but, it was just unreasonable to think I could stay on the M-W-F blog post track during my wedding and honeymoon weeks. In this post I’d like to focus on how we had an insanely unique and beautiful “wine” wedding on our “beer” budget…