Did You Hear My Entire Life Story on Afford Anything?

So ya’ll, I was on my casual trip to Las Vegas when I remembered that Paula Pant lives

What Did I Bet On in Vegas?

My boyfriend had a last-minute work trip in Vegas right before Thanksgiving, and I last-minute tagged along, for a flight price of $390.  Casinos are weird. I had never been to Vegas, and I wasn’t ready for all the random slot machine tie-ins. Sex and the City? Game of Thrones? Ellen? Seinfeld???  I had not

Accepting your Financial Reality on Martinis and Your Money

On this episode of Martinis and Your Money, I talk with the business bad ass Shannon McClay, telling her about my fall from Fuck Off Funder to Fuck Off Fundless. Listen now! Shannon’s Podcast Notes Cut down on non-essentials, don’t cut them out completely. Willpower Instinct – a book about the hidden factors about willpower

Ignorance is Bliss, My Blog Makes Me Face the Nightmare

Oh hello, you may remember me as the person who said she was going to keep this blog. Here I am again. Why haven’t I been here in a while? It’s here I have to face reality. Why have I slacked on using YNAB? It’s there I have to face reality. Why do I keep

Lifelong Learning and Fuck Off Funds

Kate Nesi is a wife, mom, podcaster, frugal finance writer, runner, photographer, and academic librarian. On this episode

Back to Basics

Oh hey look everyone, now that’s I’ve started an official blog about money, I’m doing worse financially than

Can You Be Financially Insane?

Maybe I’m just financially insane. Have we considered that? This week I was waiting with bated breath to

What’s Your Lemonade Stand?

Money panic burns like bad whiskey, doesn’t it? But it creeps up instead of down. I felt the money panic start to grip me, as I realized my rent check of $795 was out in the world, but my bank account was creeping down to $900. (BTW: Don’t feel bad for me, never feel bad for

One Day This Will Be Funny: April 10, 2018 Monday-ish Money Check In

“Guys,” I wrote on the Fuck Off Fund Facebook Page a month ago, “I had to turn down a really cool opportunity. A free ticket worth $1,000 to a conference, but it’s in San Francisco, I’d have to get my flight and hotel, so I had to say no. I feel responsible but crappy.” Today,

How Much Should We Be Planning?: April 2, 2018 Monday Money Check-in

I didn’t know about this thing called “planning” for about the first 25 years of my life. I’m