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Saturday, October 31

Hi everyone!

Welcome back for our Weeks 5 & 6 check-in on our Financial Peace Journey.

Financial Peace University is a weekly course that takes place over the course of 9 weeks; if you're interested in checking it out, you can go to his website www.DaveRamsey.com and search for nearby classes. We're taking ours through our church.

Things got so busy between our jujitsu clinic and Medicare election periods that we missed a week, so we're doubling up this weekend.

Financial Peace University - Buyer Beware & The Role of Insurance [Weeks 5 & 6 Check-In at High-Heeled Love]

Buyer Beware: The Power of Marketing

This segment was really interesting to me. While I was aware of the concept of product placement, I'd never thought very much about how invasive marketing campaigns can be in our ever day lives. I'll give you a few examples:

  1. VIP programs & coupons - I love my 5% off everday at White House Black Market for being a gold member with them. In fact, they sent me a $25 "gift" card that expires today, and I've been wrestling internally all week about wanting to go use it.
  2. Brand Loyalty- We are very much an Apple family, and generally we're okay with spending the extra money because we truly believe the products work well and last a long time. Iphones, Macbooks, AppleTV, Ipads - they all live in our house. The Mister pores over the developers conferences and press releases. I'm proud to report though that we've both said no to the Apple Watch. As cool as it is, it's way too expensive for what it does.
  3. Loyalty & Punch cards - I am so in the Starbucks gold card club. I cash in for the free drink every 12 visits. Our favorite restaurant has a loyalty program that gives you $2.50 in credit for every $25 you spend; we use that to pay for special occasion dinners, but it's rare that we ever have a meal there that totals less than $25.
  4. Blogging - I love our community, but it's hard to read a review from a blogger I trust and not want to take her recommendation. I'm trying to look these more as research when I've decided I am going to purchase a product rather than motivation to purchase something I wouldn't have bought ordinarily.

Our Progress

Part of the homework for the week was to determine what a "major purchase" is. For us, that's about $100, excluding clothing.

Since really talking about some of the ways we do fall prey to marketing campaigns, I've been a lot more aware of emotional connections to "products." Catalogues are usually headed straight the recycling bin, and I've been waiting 3-4 days to be sure that a purchase isn't just an impulse based on marketing.

Also, I've been recognizing that it's okay to indulge if there's a place for it in the budget. That's why we have pocket money. If I want to try a new lipstick shade or have a cocktail or reload my Starbucks card, that's why I have a little fun money each month.

The Role of Insurance

As an insurance agent, this was the week I expected to be most controversial for me. There's a lot of hype out there in my market about his opinions on whole life and other types of insurance.

Honestly, I was surprised when watching the lesson about how much I do agree with him about.

  • I do usually recommend term life insurance for families seeking income replacement (though I think there are times when whole life has a place).
  • My agency was formed to specialize in long term care insurance (but I plan to buy at an earlier age than Dave recommends). 
  • High deductible health plans are what I sold 99% of the time (provided that the consumer understood how important it was to fund the Health Savings Account) before the market changed so much with the ACA changes.
So I was pleasantly surprised that I was in agreement with most of his teachings, though I would have preferred if he had not characterized mosts insurance agents as bottom feeders.

Our Insurance Review

We're pretty much in line with what Dave Ramsey recommends:

  • Health Insurance - We carry a high deductible health plan and fund a health savings account
  • Life Insurance - We each have term coverage that's appropriate to our household income
  • Home - We carry the highest limits and have a higher deductible; we also have substantial identity theft protection and separate coverage on my fine jewelry
  • Auto - We have the highest limits the state allows us to carry. The deductibles are a little lower but only because there are enough premium savings to break even on the additional risk.
  • Umbrella Liability - Since we own my business and have assets to protect, we purchased an additional liability policy last year that stacks on top of our home or auto.


In addition to our personal coverages, I also have business property and liability.

The coverage that Dave recommends (and so do I) that we don't have is disability. Since most of my income in residual, it would be hard to prove a loss of income if I became disabled; the Mister hasn't been in his field long enough to qualify.

Also, the discussion and insurance review brought to the fore front that we have not yet taken care of our wills and powers of attorney, which needs to be addressed this year.

What marketing campaigns are you susceptible to? Have you reviewed your insurances with your spouse or family lately? Is there anything you've been putting off getting taken care of?


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Week 1 Check-in
Week 2 Check-in
Week 3 Check-in
Week 4 Check-in





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Hello, everyone!

Happy Halloween! Also, don't forget to set your clocks back tonight for Daylight Savings Time. The Mister and I are looking forward to a big costume party tonight and some time with our little nephew in the evening.

What Happened in October [Monthly Recap at High-Heeled Love]


Anyway, let's have a quick look back at the last month. Here are the details of what happened in October:

Most Popular Blog Post



Most Popular Facebook Post

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Most Loved Instagram Photo



Most Pinworthy



Most Tweetable



Most Rocking Party

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Posted by High-Heeled Love on Sunday, October 18, 2015


Did you have a post/pin/photo/tweet in October that you're really proud of? Is there something on your blog or Facebook page that you're excited about?





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Friday, October 30

Good morning, lovelies!

Life got a little crazy and definitely disrupted my blogging. Sorry for the brief hiatus. I'll try to do better next month. Let's move on to Friday Confessional.

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I confess...

We should start with a jujitsu update. The Mister successfully passed his black belt exam. Pending approval by the Board of Professors, he is now a 4th degree black belt. I could not be prouder of him.

The Mister and his Exam Panel [Friday Confessional at High-Heeled Love]

I confess...
This means that it's time for me to get serious about my training if I want to test for my black belt next year. A buddy from the brown belt/black belt class and I have made a pack to start working on our requirements together.

The Mister's New Belt [Friday Confessional at High-Heeled Love]

I confess...

Work is getting crazy. Over the next two weeks, I have no less than 12 appointments scheduled. It's good to be busy, but this time of year really tests my mental fortitude. In addition to work, we're planning our Christmas Tree Lighting project for our neighborhood. Thank goodness for wine.

I confess...

I'm heading out with some ladies in the family to see Dracula tonight. For years, I have wanted to see this ballet, and I'm really excited. A few of us will be dressing up; so I hope I remember to take pictures.
Looking forward to ending the week with some of my favorite ladies and some seasonal ballet. I've never seen Dracula: Ballet With a Bite, but it should be a lot of fun.http://jaspercolumbia.net/blog/?p=7269
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Sunday, October 18

Happy Sunday, everyone!

Welcome to the Weekly Round-Up linky party, hosted by me and Miss Angie from My So-Called Chaos.

This party is all about sharing those fabulous blogs that you've read through the week and promote our blogger community. I hope it will help you use this party to find new blogs to read and build some new blogger friendships.

So, here are the rules:

1. Grab the button.
2. Write a little list of your favorite reads this week and why.
3. Link up below and go find some fabulous new ladies to be friends with.


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That said, here were my favorite reads lately:

DIY Chai Spice Lip Scrub from Busy Being Jennfer [Weekly Round-Up at High-Heeled Love]
I love pumpkin spice, but I'm a little ready for a new blend of flavor as the weather gets cooler. I'm inspired to give this DIY Chai Spice Lip Scrub from Busy Being Jennifer a shot. I might also try this blend for a few other projects at home.

We in the middle of a cold snap, so I'm looking for cozy projects, and the Happy Housie is my favorite place to stop for home inspiration. She has a quick round-up of 3 Easy DIY Winter Warm-Up Projects.

How to Start the Cash Envelope System from The Budget Mama [Weekly Round-Up at High-Heeled Love]
It's been a little over two weeks since we switched to cash payments as part of our Financial Peace University, so it's taking some adjustment; you'd be surprised how often I need to remember not to use my debit card. I like this post from The Budget Mama, explaining how to start using a cash system.

Treat Yourself at My So-Called Chaos [Weekly Round-Up at High-Heeled Love]
With my busiest season underway at work, I have to remember this importance of self-care. My lovely co-host Miss Angie from My So-Called Chaos shared why it's important to yourself and ways to do it without breaking the bank.

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Saturday, October 17

Hi everyone!

Welcome back for our Week 4 check-in on our Financial Peace Journey.

Financial Peace University is a weekly course that takes place over the course of 9 weeks; if you're interested in checking it out, you can go to his website www.DaveRamsey.com and search for nearby classes. We're taking ours through our church.

I know I already talked about week 4 because we thought we had missed a class due to the flooding in our area and had doubled-up on our homework when I wrote our last check-in post. It turns out the class was cancelled so last Sunday was our week 4 class.

Financial Peace University - Dumping Debt with the Debt Snowball [Week 4 Check-In at High-Heeled Love]

Dumping Debt with the Debt Snowball

If you missed our last check-in, I explained that Baby 2 in our Financial Peace Journey is to pay off all your non-mortgage debt as quickly as possible. You do this by implementing the debt snowball:

  1. Write out all your debts in order from smallest balance to largest.
  2. Pay minimum payments on all but the smallest debt
  3. Throw everything extra that you can at the smallest debt through squeezing extra money from your budget, selling things or doing side jobs to bring in more income.
  4. When the smallest debt is paid off, add the payment that you were making to the minimum payment for the next smallest debt.
  5. As you pay each debt off, your payment for the next will grow to pay them off faster.
A couple things we decided for our household is that my business loan, car and business credit card would not be included in our debt snowball since I pay for and write these off through my company. However, when we our household debts paid off, the plan is to pay myself less so that I can aggressively pay the business debts off.

Our Progress

When we had our budget committee meeting this week, we were able to write checks for our three smallest debts! This is super exciting for us, and we're hoping to knock one more out this month, which will pretty much leave us with our credit cards to pay off.

A couple of ways that we're making this work:
  • We cut up the cards during our class last week. This has severely curbed my impulse purchases.
  • We committed a small monetary gift to paying off our jujitsu clinic fees.
  • I've been selling old books and DVDs; this is yielding a little cash, which we'll apply at the end of the month.
  • We're staying home a lot. Eating out was the biggest area that was blowing our budget before.
Financial Peace University - Dumping Debt with the Debt Snowball [Week 4 Check-In at High-Heeled Love]

Challenge for the Week

We know we'll be eating out quite a bit as part of our jujitsu clinic this week. We agreed to buy just the bare bones in groceries to supplement the cash allotted for eating out, but the plan is to hold this to just dinner on Thursday & Saturday and brunch on Sunday.

There will be food trucks at our school for lunch, but we'll be packing lunch boxes. If one of us wants to buy lunch, it comes out of personal pocket money not the household food money.

Want to catch up on our financial peace journey?

Week 1 Check-in
Week 2 Check-in
Week 3 Check-in






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Friday, October 16

Good morning, lovelies!

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I confess...

This has been the kind of week where I just thank God for the blessings he gives us, including his protection.

Last Friday, my mother-in-law was hit head-on while heading home. Her SUV was totalled, but she's okay. Then on Wednesday, both her sisters were hit when a driver ran a red light. We expect the sedan to be totalled, but both sisters are okay.

These situations could have turned out so much worse. Thank you, God.

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Wednesday, October 14

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Hello, fellow winos!

Welcome to Wino Wednesday! This is a monthly linky party where we discuss any and all things wine-related. Let me cover the ground rules for the party:

  1. Grab the Wino Wednesday party and slap it on your post.
  2. Link a wine-related post to the linky party.
  3. Make some new friends over a glass of vino.
  4. Mark your calendar to join us for Wino Wednesday on the second Wednesday of each month.

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Easy peezy. Now on to the wine.

This video is probably a great place to start.
Women Who Love Wine
Posted by SOML on Saturday, October 10, 2015

I want to try all of the recipes in this list of desserts made from leftover wine from Vinepair, but it does require you to have leftover wine. That doesn't happen very often in my house.
10 Desserts Made from Leftover Wine from Vine Pair [Wino Wednesday at High-Heeled Love]


For all the mama's out there:
Wish that I had seen this in time to include for #WinoWednesday yesterday.
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And this bottle was my favorite discovery in the last month; a friend brought it to me. I've since found it at Cost Plus World Market.
Save Me San Francisco [Wino Wednesday at High-Heeled Love]

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Sunday, October 11

Happy Sunday, everyone!

Welcome to the Weekly Round-Up linky party, hosted by me and Miss Angie from My So-Called Chaos.

This party is all about sharing those fabulous blogs that you've read through the week and promote our blogger community. I hope it will help you use this party to find new blogs to read and build some new blogger friendships.

So, here are the rules:

1. Grab the button.
2. Write a little list of your favorite reads this week and why.
3. Link up below and go find some fabulous new ladies to be friends with.


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That said, here were my favorite reads lately:

Learning to Run from Chasing my Extraordinary [Weekly Round-Up at High-Heeled Love]
Like Kenzie from Chasing My Extraordinary, I have been an aspiring runner for years. This week she ran with a co-worker and got four workouts in. I'm a little proud and a little envious of her for getting it together and sticking with a routine for a whole week. Maybe I'll get my act together as a result?

How to Speed Up Your Blog's Page Load Time from Venus Trapped in Mars [Weekly Round-Up at High-Heeled Love]
I thought this post from Venus Trapped in Mars had some good ideas for increasing the load time of your blog. It never hurts to make the site a tad more user friendly.

How to Declutter Your Computer from Krystal's Kitsch [Weekly Round-Up at High-Heeled Love]
And somewhat along the same lines as the last favorite, here's a post from Krystal's Kitsch that gives great ideas for keeping your computer organized. We're bombarded with so much information digitally that it's a necessity to take time to declutter it routinely.

8 Things You Need to Know Before Your First Yoga Class from Busy Being Jennifer [Weekly Round-Up at High-Heeled Love]
Actually going a yoga class rather than working out at home is something I've wanted to do forever but haven't yet. That needs to change soon, and luckily, Busy Being Jennifer has this handy list of tips to know before I select a class.

DIY Fireplace Makeover from Maison de Pax [Weekly Round-up at High-Heeled Love]
We've been nearing the end of our living and dining room remodel for a while now (I still owe the blog readers an update), but we haven't decided how we want to trim our fireplace out. If we decide not to go with built-in bookshelves, I'm loving the simple mantel decor that Maison de Pax shared in her fireplace makeover.

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Saturday, October 10

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Hi everyone!

Welcome back for our Weeks 3 & 4 check-in on our Financial Peace Journey.

Financial Peace University is a weekly course that takes place over the course of 9 weeks; if you're interested in checking it out, you can go to his website www.DaveRamsey.com and search for nearby classes. We're taking ours through our church.

Financial Peace University - Zero-Based Budget, Cash Envelopes and Debt Snowball [Week 3 & 4 Check-In at High-Heeled Love]

Week 3 - Cash Flow Planning

Week 3 brought about the budget committee meeting to create a zero-based budget for October. If you missed our Week 2 check-in, zero-based budgeting means sitting down before the first day of the month and creating a plan for every dollar of your expected income.

I expected this process to be painful, and I won't lie, there was a lot of erasing and double-checking our numbers, but in the end, we had about $300 extra that was allocated for debt payment. My advice is to write in pencil and have a good eraser handy.

Along with zero-based budget, we also picked some spending categories that we were going to switch paying cash-only:

  • Groceries
  • Entertainment
  • Haircuts & Cosmetics
  • Gas
  • Auto Maintenance
  • Pocket Money

One of the points that Dave Ramsey makes over and over during his video lessons is that paying cash feels painful in a way paying with plastic does not. I currently have $68 left in our envelope to buy groceries for the week, and I'm feeling the squeeze.

However, using this budget, we've already written out checks or scheduled payments for all of next week's bill as well. It feels good to know the expenses are taken care of and there's a little money to carry us over until the next payday.

Financial Peace University - Zero-Based Budget, Cash Envelopes and Debt Snowball [Week 3 & 4 Check-In at High-Heeled Love]

Week 4 - Dumping Debt

I think this is the hardest lesson in Financial Peace University; in , you sit down and make a list of all your debt and start implementing the debt snowball. The concept of the debt snowball is to make minimum payments on everything but the smallest debt. Throw every bit of extra at the smallest item on the list until it's paid off. Then you add the payment from that one to the next smallest and throw everything at it, and so on and so forth.

This one was the reality check moment. In week 1, we laid out our credit cards and loans, but the Mister and I have forgotten to add in a few lingering medical bills and our jujitsu clinic fees. Seeing everything listed out on paper was discouraging, but seeing the growth of the payments as we pay them off was exciting.

The good news is that we expect to knock the four smallest debts out this month, and by the time we're working on the last card, we'll have more than $600 a month to throw at it.

Also, we've realized that other opportunities will start blessing us now that we have a plan, and we're handling money the way God intended. In just the four days since I've been home, a few commissions came through my blog and the Mister was called to do some computer support work for a friend's parents.

We're confident we'll be able to identify many opportunities to earn extra income or decrease spending in our budget.

Financial Peace University - Zero-Based Budget, Cash Envelopes and Debt Snowball [Week 3 & 4 Check-In at High-Heeled Love]

Want to catch up on our financial peace journey?
Week 1 Check-In
Week 2 Check-In
When you need to hustle a little more income, what do you do to make more money? What's one area of your budget that you could squeeze a few more dollars out of to pay down debt?




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Friday, October 9

Good morning, lovelies!

Confession is good for the soul, so grab the button and let it all out. You'll feel better when you're finished.

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I confess...

Being out of town for the better part of a week really makes me appreciate the little things at home. In so glad to be back to my bed, and nothing beats a cup of coffee made by the Mister.

Friday Confessional at High-Heeled Love

I confess...

This week marks our first week of moving to cash zero-based budget, and I'm pleasantly surprised at how smoothly things are going. Even with the Mister missing three days of work this week due to the flood, we feel okay about the budget because we have a plan.


I know we missed our Financial Peace University check-in because the internet access at the hotel wasn't accessible as advertised. We're going to double-up tomorrow.

I confess...

We're having our second monthly Let's Get Crafty night on Sunday, and I promise to do better and take pictures this time. It looks like we're going to have 5-6 ladies getting together for social and craft time.

I need a little help from y'all. As the host, I'm providing some munchies, and I need easy, CHEAP ideas. Last month, I purchased dips such as hummus, pimento cheese, etc. This week, I have about $65 left for our groceries for the week as well as snacks for craft night.

Please share some recipe links below in the comments. Thanks!

I confess...

Speaking of groceries, I promise to get back to blogging at A Little Seed Grows this weekend. I've missed sharing meal planning as well as Recipe Round-Up, and we're still hoping to plant a fall garden.

I confess...

I talked about this on Wednesday, but please keep my city in your prayers. There's still so much damage and so many people in need as a result of the flooding. One way to help out is to purchase a box from Brown Box Veggies, which will be donated through Harvest Hope. I'm so proud to work with this family business and of all the good works they do in the community.
For all my friends that comment on the #BrownBoxVeggies photos I share via instagram: the next sort will be going to...
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Thursday, October 8

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