HOUSE OF FI

Financial Independence for Families
HOUSE OF FI FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE FOR FAMILIES

Hi I am Wendy! I’m a solidly GenX, 40-something, Momma of six. l am also a *mostly* retired criminal defense lawyer and spend most of my “spare” time working on my passion project, this blog and podcast.

 

 

Our mission is to help your family pay off debt, save more money, budget better and increase your income as we have!

SAVE MORE - SPEND LESS - MAKE MORE

OUR LATEST ARTICLES

FINDING JOY IN DOING NOTHING – a Table for Twenty

FINDING JOY IN DOING NOTHING – a Table for Twenty

My whole life I have been driven by a goal. Not just one, but a series of one after another. Be the first woman in my family to get a four-year degree, the first to get an advanced degree, own my own law firm, raise six children AND have a career…constantly chasing the world view of success. On the outside, I am sure to others, to everyone except my family, I had all of my *ish together. But, what I lacked was JOY and I craved to do NOTHING and to be OK with it.

FROM POVERTY TO FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE – 1ST GENERATION IMMIGRANT – with Patrick Aime

FROM POVERTY TO FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE – 1ST GENERATION IMMIGRANT – with Patrick Aime

Patrick Aime grew up in poverty and unrest in Rwanda but he had a dream of coming to the United States to make his own destiny. 

His pathway to the United States was via sports. First, he finished high school in Belgium and then came to the United States to play basketball in college.

In this Encore Episode, you will hear how Patrick achieved made his way to America – achieved success, made a lot of money and then lost it all.  It was devastating, but Patrick used the grit and determination that got him to the U.S. to rebuild himself a second time. 

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