The average parent is 35 years old, has a household income of $66,693, a credit card balance of $8,235, is out of shape, works 47 hours a week, and could not cover an unexpected emergency of over $1,000.
Hello…I’m Travis and I created Stuff Parents Like to save the world one parent at a time by focusing on family, finances, and fitness so you aren’t the average parent.
I’m not a parenting expert, but I believe by getting your life in order (i.e. health & finances), you reduce your stress and become a better parent.
If you are looking to improve your finances, fitness, or family life, then join the community.
What to Expect
I spent nearly a decade as a financial advisor where I managed over $30 million, obtained my Series 7, Series 63, MBA, and Life Insurance licenses.
Additionally, I am an avid side hustler always trying new businesses. Two years ago I started a side business that generated over $185,000 in revenue last year. This is in addition to a full-time career.
I will walk you through how to make more money, how to manage your existing money, and share with you everything the banks don’t want you to know!
Ok…I am not a fitness expert, but I am fascinated with fitness and health.
I will experiment on myself with different diets, sleeping arrangements, meditation, and exercise. My objective is to discover the best health secrets and share them with you.
We are here for a such a short period of time and I want you to enjoy the time you have with your family.
To really enjoy the time with them, we need to work on ourselves. Believe me, it is much easier to enjoy your family when you have your finances under control and are reasonably healthy.
I will share with you some things that work for us and the things that don’t
More about me
Five years ago my life started to free fall out of control after my wife and I lost our second child a week before he was to be born.
Following his funeral, I made a bad situation worse and I soon found myself deep in debt, out of shape, working a job I hated, and competing for the worst dad of the year award.
In 2011, I made a decision to change my life.
It took a while, but things turned around. I switched careers, started running routinely, spent more time with my family, and worked on improving myself.
Although I have a long way to go, since making that decision in 2011 I have wrote a book, sold an app business, created a business selling products on Amazon, paid off all my debt (excluding my mortgage), and my family life has never been better.
I have been married for a decade, have four children, a Christian, love Ohio State football, the Cleveland Cavs, playing basketball, reading, and the beach. There is also a rumor that may or may not be true that I have a slight fascination with Superman.