Why We’re Committed To Living A Debt Free Lifestyle

Life Over Money is about living a life rich in life experiences rather than making material wealth your main goal. We are not anti-wealth but we believe that building wealth to experience freedom in life is a backwards approach. You should be building the life you want and using wealth as a tool to achieve it. One of the biggest problems in achieving real prosperity is debt. Debt is almost a fact of life in…

Our Trip To Blanchard Springs Caverns And Mountain View, Arkansas

We took a quick trip to Mountain View, Arkansas over the weekend to see the Blanchard Springs Caverns. This was a great trip full of new experiences. There was no set agenda when we arrived except for seeing the caverns but we found that there was a lot more to do in this area. The Ozark-St. Francis National Forests are filled with amazing views and recreation opportunities. Blanchard Springs Caverns Our first stop on the…

The Total Money Makeover Review: Dave Ramsey’s 7 Baby Steps

The Total Money Makeover teaches you to use Dave Ramsey’s 7 baby steps to get out of debt and win with money. In the book, Dave lays out a case for why all debt is bad and how anyone can live debt free. This is not a get-rich-quick book and it doesn’t try to upsell you on seminars and courses. It gives you the exact plan for your financial health! Breaking The Myths Of Debt…

Lifeonaire Review: Are You Winning The Game Of Life?

Are you winning the game of life? What does prosperity mean to you? The book Lifeonaire by Steve Cook and Shaun McCloskey will challenge you to answer these questions and more. The narrative follows a successful business owner, Alex, and his family as they transition from chasing the world’s definition of success to their own vision of prosperity. They were working hard on the path to become millionaires but what they really desired was to…

We Just Finished Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University

My fiancé and I completed Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University this week! It was a great class and well worth attending. We chose to do the nine-week class in person at our church but you can also sign up at Financial Peace University online. The schedule is well laid out with an introduction, video, group discussions, and homework. The classes were about an hour and a half long. If you are not yet familiar with Dave…

Save On Your Entertainment Budget With MoviePass

Introduction My fiance and I have been trimming our budget to focus on paying off debt and cash flowing our wedding/honeymoon. With this goal in mind, we are always looking for ways to reduce the cost of things we want to do rather than just giving it up completely. One great way to save on our entertainment budget is MoviePass. For only $9.95 monthly, we can go to a movie theater every day and see…