Lisa Aberle

Lisa Aberle

Staff Writer

Lisa Aberle is a college professor by day and a freelance writer by night. Always an aspiring writer with an interest in money, she once ironically misspelled "mortgage" during a spelling bee. Most of her current adventures take place on the four-acre mini-farm she shares with her husband in the rural Midwest (where she writes with gel pens whenever possible).

Recent Posts
Getting real (and serious) about your financial future
This article is by staff writer Lisa Aberle.

Have you ever wanted — really wanted — to change your financial situation but, when you tried, you felt like you were slogging through wet cement or trying to turn a huge ship around? You got exhausted and stopped, right? Change is like that. You can change — and you can also make it easier for yourself. But first, are you clear about why you want…

5 ways to keep your financial information safer from hackers
This article is by staff writer Lisa Aberle.

Hey, do you mind if I try to guess one of your passwords? No? Okay, how about “123456″ or “password”? Maybe “Max123″ or “Bella2011″? Although I hope no Get Rich Slowly readers are using any of these passwords currently, “123456″ and “password” are among the most common passwords chosen. And “Max” and “Bella”? Those are some of the most popular pet names; and since pet names…

Ready to declare financial independence?
This article is by staff writer Lisa Aberle.

When will you declare your independence? Your financial independence, that is. What is financial independence? Ah, financial independence — the freedom to work only if and when you want to (because you no longer need the paycheck you earn from your job). Even typing the word “freedom” makes me sit up a little straighter. I am sure you can think of amazing things to do when…