Why preparing for a major event doesn’t always work, but is still super important
Looking to save some $ on your next DIY project? Instead of buying expensive tools, borrow them!
Whether you’re cutting the turkey or cutting the cheese, this guide is for you!
The Captain talks with Scott Trench and Mindy Jensen about all kinds of good stuff!
You can learn anything, but you can’t learn everything.
Sometimes your project goes well, sometimes it doesn’t. Same with childbirth and finances.
A short list of the bare essentials. Be prepared to maintain!
I fell into an insidious trap, and found my life going on without me because of it. Don’t let this happen to you!
Some things bring enough value to our lives to warrant ridiculous luxury. This is my one thing.
Or, Don’t Be A Financial Weenie
A brief exercise to clear your mind of the frustrations of everyday life. May prevent unnecessary breaking of stuff.
Not everyone in the Financial Independence community is pulling in big bucks, and that’s ok!
How do the numbers play out between learning a trade and getting a degree?
There is so much more to gain than just the end result!
Justin from saving_sherpa.com gives us an in-depth look into an impressive (and cheap) DIY project of his.
You are the average of the 5 people with whom you spend the most time x your reaction to their influence
Take a look into the many careers of Captain DIY and see how I learned how to do stuff!
Not sure if you should strike out on your own or keep working for the man? Me either!
We talk a lot about side hustles in the FI community, but they aren’t for everyone. And that’s ok!
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