Ms. Montana here. I blog over at Montanamoneyadventures.com. I write a bit about Montana, a lot about money, and a few adventures. (See what I did there!?)
The hubs and I are in our 30's. Money has always been a means to an end for us. We live a slightly crazy life to be honest... perhaps because we are slightly crazy. We have adopted 4 kids ( a teenager and a sibling group of 3) and we have 2 biological kids. We have travel through 27 countries and lived abroad. Our very first home was paid for and renovated with cash. And now we own rentals as well. Giving money away has always been a big part of our life (even when we were in debt, gasp!) We are taking a year off currently from the paid 9-5 grind. We are very involved in our community and just love people. The beautiful Flathead Valley is our home, just outside of Glacier National Park. Our lives are full or travel, writing, chasing kids, gardening, minimalism, church, friends, mentoring, house renovations and hiking. And hot tea. Lots and lots of hot tea. There is a certain intensity about our life, but it's delightful. Unless the kids are sick. Then it's just too much vomit. I can handle a little vomit, but we have 5 at home. It gets ugly fast, people!
At 33, I feel like the grandma of the Millennials. I wear a lot of cardigans like Mr. Rogers. But I also am super low tech, which is why I can't figure out how the hell to add a picture to this post!
Esh, enough about me. What about you?