There is an idea in The Matrix that I find almost as interesting as the film’s main premise. It’s the idea of a “Residual Self Image.”
My partner and I recently celebrated a decade of being together and with Valentine’s Day nearby I think it’s time to discuss a hard topic.
At the end of every year I analyze all the data I’ve collected the past 12 months to decide if I should make any changes moving forward.
Despite being a client service person in the marketing industry, I’m terrified of any form of public speaking.
It turns out that advertising and marketing are some of the few industries that don’t require specialized skills, but can make you BANK.
Of course I’m not being overdramatic – ME?! 😉 But yes – shock of shocks I’m still here!
After publishing my 2018 spending a few people have asked me what exactly I buy and eat to hit that spending level.
Also known as every dollar I didn’t spend in 2018!
2018 has come to an end. Let’s see how I did with my goal to decrease my spending from $18,436.60 last year to $18,360!
The last few years I’ve started to record non-monetary goals and accomplishments.
I’m a little over 4 years into my early retirement journey. I have less than 2 years to go and I’ve found myself becoming impatient lately.
I was conditioned from a young age to defer to authority.
I have a confession to make: I didn’t come to all these wonderful conclusions about how to retire at 30 all by myself.
This is my story of exploring the idea of performance reviews and if they are in fact helpful.
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