Category Archives: Snowflaking

Investing for Beginners: When and How Much?

Investing can be a daunting venture, especially for those just starting out on the road to financial independence. However, it is never too early, and there is never too small an amount to invest. Making the decision to invest early on in life has great potential to earn you a profit later on in life. When to Start Many people have the idea that investing is done later in life because that’s likely when you have extra money to invest.… Read the rest

My 2nd Snowflake

I do the company banking for my employer one day each week. I haven’t taken “mileage” for those miles for almost a year. In May my boss asked me to give one of our clients a ride home because her transportation could not give an estimated time of arrival. We get $0.48 per mile for every mile we drive for company business, and this was 33 miles round trip. Plus I can take the 24 miles to the bank (3… Read the rest

My Very First Snowflake!

I sat down this weekend and figured out where we are financially. I’ve been trying to do this each evening, but there weren’t any receipts to enter for several evenings! Poor Mr. A got bit by a spider on the neck, head and arm last weekend and he was in bed sick for three days. He didn’t get out much on the other days, so amazingly there were not many gasoline or grocery receipts! 🙂 Of course that means he… Read the rest