Embrace Your Inner Financial Nerd

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I used to be a huge nerd. I was the kid who actually liked school and homework. Somewhere along the line, though, I lost my inner nerd. I conformed in order to fit in during high school. I still studied, but less than I had before. It just wasn’t “cool” to be studious. I carried that desire to fit in over into college and then into my first years living on my own. After I left school it wasn’t studying that wasn’t cool, but a host of other (mostly frugal) things like staying home on the weekend, hanging out at the library, having an old car and, gasp, taking an interest in budgeting and finance.

I knew that I needed to have some sort of plan for my money, but a

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