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The Beginning of a Minimalism Journey

Chris shares the story of how he and his partner began their minimalism journey.

Constantly chasing novel experiences is hard on the wallet.

It’s important to find the balance between novelty and stability.

Am I financially independent? (And does it matter?)

At the end of 2016, I was FI. What about at the end of 2018? Do I still have enough saved to fund my future indefinitely? Let’s find out.

Get Rich with…No Regrets

Here is how to get rich while also avoiding the most common regrets of the dying.

How crazy is it to invest an emergency fund in stocks?

Let’s look at how investing an emergency fund in different portfolios would have performed historically.

Three Reasons You’re Never Satisfied With Your Level of Wealth

Here are three reasons why you’re never satisfied with your level of wealth, no matter how much you have.

The Power of Networking

What if I told you there was one simple thing you could do every day that could help you save and earn thousands more each year?

The Hardest Problem in Finance

The hardest problem in finance is too complicated for simple rules of thumb.

The Overachiever’s Paradox

The more that overachievers try to slow down and free up space in their lives, the busier they become.

How to Negotiate a Salary, According to 25 Famous Women

Wisdom on how to negotiate a salary from women like Meryl Streep, CEO Indra Nooyi, Lilly Ledbetter, and more.

Has There Ever Been An Easier Time To Start A Side Hustle?

We live in the golden age of side hustling.

Why Experiences (not Things) Get Better with Time, According to Science

The science behind why experiences get better with time.

Deciding to Take Different Jobs Has Made Me a Better Person

Here is why taking different jobs has made me a better person…

Managing A Job, A Family, And A Side Hustle

How Allen Chiang manages a job, a family, and a side hustle.

Our $160 Monthly Food Bill

One couple shares how they spend only $160 per month on groceries.

The Unlucky Long Term Investor Still Makes Money

Let’s imagine an unlucky investor who had some money to invest and saw that the market in 2007 was rising…

Know This Before You Quit Your Job

Here is the one important thing you should know before you quit your job.

Buy Your Time

Practical advice on transitioning from a full-time job to working for yourself.

How to Be a Freelancer

I’ve learned a thing or two about freelancing since I quit my corporate job 6 months ago…

Rules to Counter the Market Crash

It’s the investor who stays invested who ends up with the incredible long-term returns.