Make Your Finances Your Own

Have you been scouring the internet for the latest tips, tricks, and fads to give your finances a kick in the pants only to realize that a lot of them just don’t work?

The tips themselves aren’t necessarily the issue.

They just may not work for your particular financial situation, goals, and life.

And that’s okay!

You’re in the Right Place

Enter Atypical Finance.

Atypical, in short, means to not be normal. You’re different from everyone else so why wouldn’t your finances reflect that?

In fact, they should reflect your uniqueness.

And I want to teach you how to make your finances your own.

Personal Finance is Personal

Personal Finance is more than just numbers and math. Personal Finance is, well, personal. The best way to manage your finances is to find the way that works for you.

There’s so much more involved than just dollar signs. You have to take into account your values, your goals, and your mindset, amongst other things.

By making your finances your own, you will be able to do more with the money you already have.

If you value giving, you’ll be able to do more giving. If you value spending quality time with your family or going out to eat more, you’ll be able to do more of that as well.

By not spending money on things that don’t reflect you, you will have more to spend on the things that are you. And you won’t feel bad about it!

Start Taking Action

Debt sucks. Paying it off gives you the freedom to do what you want with your money and have it work for you. It’s time to pay it off!

I created an ebook guide with 14 powerful methods that will help you get out of debt FAST. I’ve used every one of these ways myself to pay off $26,000 in 11 months.

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Thanks for joining! I hope you find these methods as valuable as I do. They are some great tools for getting out of deb.

More About Me

Like you, I’ve searched all over the internet for the latest financial tips and tricks to implement. It wasn’t until I created a financial plan that was “me” that I started making some headway.

I aligned my finances with my values, paid off most of my debt, changed how I thought about money, and created a budget that worked for me.

Now I no longer spend money on things that I don’t value, which leaves me more money to save, invest, and spend on the things I do value. Since changing my mindset, regret for what I use my money for is (mostly) a thing of the past. I know that I’m using my money to align with who I am so I don’t need to feel bad about where my money is going.

I also have a beautiful wife and two gorgeous little girls. They are three great reasons to manage my money well!

My wife and I were married young. I was 21 and she was 20. It took us a while to figure out this whole finance thing. Mistakes were made, people were hurt (namely, the presidents on our U.S. paper bills), but we’ve learned a lot and came through thanks to a lot of grace from God and a lot of learning.

Get in Touch

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If you’d like to get in touch with me for any reason, please feel free! You can ask me questions or give me feedback. I’d welcome either! Or just drop me a line and say “Hey!” You can find me on PinterestFacebook or Twitter. See you around!

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