In honor of this blog’s first birthday, let’s get into the details. We will touch on the milestones, the crazy days, some stats, and a Q&A.
Must-sees have been reduced to social currency, and are overhyped to justify the cost to our time and our wallets.
People Wonder: Should I break into tech?
If they decide it’s something they want to do, the next question is how?
Mr. Mechanic joins us again today with an extra special guest post sharing his views on FIRE as an outsider looking in.
Next time anyone tries to tell you how ‘awesome’ and ‘freeing’ it is to ride– tell them they have been brainwashed by Big Bike’s agenda
Ultimately, I want to find my ‘enough,’ and by looking at the heap of clothes on the bed, it is clear that I have more than enough.
We eat like kings, but it does not cost much. These five tricks help us keep our spending down.
Much like a dog, a side-hustle may seem fun and easy to care for, but if you are not prepared, the reality may come back to bite you.
Stay-at-home parents take on massive workloads for little thanks. So I want to take a second to thank my dad for everything he has done.
People will keep trying to tell you what to do next. What will make you successful. What you can buy to make your life more enjoyable.
I thought I knew what I wanted in life; this book helped me visualize the details
The point is to define what we want in life first, t
Some tried-and-true methods to get them to stop listening to you, ignore all of your advice, and make them second guess being with you
it’s time to call bullshit on four myths about women and money.
Wag! is the uber of dog-walking, and I tried it out to write this review. Warning: lots of dog pictures ahead!
I was wondering what to write this week, but I could not think of a topic for love or money. Then it hit me– love and money!
The egg is unremarkable; people pass by without a second glance. Yet one day, it cracks open…
Gwen from Fiery Millenials tracks a week of her life in DC. Where did her $120 go?
There will always be someone who makes more, accomplishes more, hustles more, or starts a really successful folk band while you’re failing
Would I order the expensive steak every night? Would I ever tire of the Market Choice fish or the Chef’s Special?
Asking for a raise or a promotion can seem like a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be.
There are two ends of the money management spectrum: the ostrich and the hawk. Which one are you?
It is impossible to ignore the lack of certain line items on my expense reports (like Internet and Netflix) so what gives?
We all have those things that make us wonder, “Why did I buy that?!” Whether it is an item that underperforms or just never gets used…
See how I spent 20k in 2018, complete with graphs and an overview on each category!
If I don’t develop these habits, am I willfully deciding to be less successful? Here are 4 things we are ‘supposed’ to do, that I don’t
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