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Company Review Thursday: Arista Networks

If you haven’t heard of Arista Networks (ANET), consider this to be the warning shot of a fresh company in the super powered space of cloud networking. ANET has been trading publicly since 2014 and been serious about promoting its proprietary tools including the Extensible Operating System (EOS™) and cheaper alternatives to the hardware that… Continue reading Company Review Thursday: Arista Networks

Freestyle Friday

Freestyle Friday: The Black Elephant

I’m super happy to welcome back to the blog Salisbury native, Phillip Bush. Today I am highlighting his newest work called The Black Elephant. Phillip’s dedication to bringing a positive light to his hometown is the central focus in all of the songs. And it’s also clear by the cover art that the focus will be… Continue reading Freestyle Friday: The Black Elephant

Credit Cards · Dividends · Investing For the Future · Saving · Student Loans

My (Late) Financial Goals 2017

Unfortunately this is only my second post of 2017 and almost an entire quarter has gone by without sharing my financial goals. However, 2017 has brought many changes including a change in the way I manage my assets and debts. With that being said: Get my student loan balance below $45,000. Last year I posted… Continue reading My (Late) Financial Goals 2017

BYOB · Podcast · SmallBusinesses

Small Business Sunday: Valley Ridge Partners

Testimonials for services and companies are the best way to gain insight. I personally have never worked with anyone in the small business lending space, but knowing entrepreneurs who have has been an incredible gateway to meeting brilliant people in finance. Jerel Harvey and Valley Ridge Partners are a wonderful resource for those seeking financing… Continue reading Small Business Sunday: Valley Ridge Partners

Investing For the Future · Wedding Series

Wedding Series: Living Like You’re Broke

In one of my previous post, I mentioned some tactics I’ve implemented in my life to pay for a wedding, pay down student loan debt and save/invest for the future. While the post was pretty straight forward, I have to admit taking these type of self-disciplinary actions has been difficult. You probably know by now, my… Continue reading Wedding Series: Living Like You’re Broke

BYOB · Podcast · SmallBusinesses

Small Business Sunday: Triple Whammy Sauces

Tailgating season is underway and what better way to have great tasting burgers and ribs fresh off the grill than with an incredible sauce. This is where Triple Whammy Sauces comes in for the win. Tyler Frazier began Triple Whammy Sauces back in 2011 while still in college. His creativity in the kitchen mixing sauces won… Continue reading Small Business Sunday: Triple Whammy Sauces

Budget Apps · Credit Cards · Dividends

The Biggest Personal Goal: Paying Off Debt

Debt is an issue that many of us face but often times unwilling to be open and honest about it, even with spouses/significant others. I currently have a huge debt in student loans that would make anyone feel like the mountain is too high. I also have a credit card that for the first time… Continue reading The Biggest Personal Goal: Paying Off Debt

BYOB · Podcast · SmallBusinesses

Small Business Sunday: Napier Designs

Let it be known that  Allante Whitmore is a phenomenal woman in every way. Her education and primary focus through both her undergraduate and masters degree programs was agricultural and bio-engineering. She is a lady of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated with great enthusiasm for educating people about the opportunities bio-fuel will bring in the… Continue reading Small Business Sunday: Napier Designs