There’s Instagram hashtags, then there’s reality. Does life on the road pay out?
The comparison trap with the Insta-Joneses is a thief of joy and a thief of pay checks.
You don’t have to dumpster dive to live the dream. Here’s how.
Some might suggest that once you’ve reached this pinnacle of no longer being bound to a cubicle, there’s little else you need…
Smart spending decisions to buy back time.
As you might have noticed: I’m a stone cold weirdo and I suspect that the unique variety of schools I attended has something to do with why.
Some charts on the financial well being of U.S. households.
How to find purpose after meeting your big financial milestones.
A complete guide on salary negotiation.
“What I think my wife wants, and what she actually wants, are two very different things.”
Hopper is a great app – Download it now!
I love this little app. Before a coworker turned me on to it, I’d been relying on Kayak.com.
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.
The barbell strategy for stuff: buy the very best-in-class for a small set of items; buy the cheapest possible version of everything else.
Stop comparing yourself financially especially as a young adult.
Here are the top 8 ways to save on summer camps this summer! These are my best frugal, tested ways to entertain my kids in summer.
When I started working in ad agencies right out of college, I believed that their goal was to help get the word out about awesome products.
How we went from paying minimum payments to $57,000 in one year in student loans.
“I went and disclosed to my boss on Friday that I would be quitting on Monday and not only quitting, but turning in a retirement notice…”
In Part 3, we’ll take a look at how to test the scenarios you’ve come up with and set yourself and others up to play devil’s advocate.
How would it feel to be mortgage free? Here’s what our family has been up to since paying the mortgage, and what’s next for us.
Should you change companies frequently to make more money or stick it out with one employer for a long time to cash in?
This month I was inspired by readings about decisions we make in our career, doing meaningful work and, of course, pursuing FI.
Justin Mares outlines the four kinds of side businesses you can start to increase your income.
An excellent example of how certain expenditures can increase happiness and quality of life.
Adam from Minafi shares lessons learned and mistakes made in his first 3 months of early retirement.