It’s good to be back after a six month hiatus. My life has been a crazy adventure since my last post to you earlier this year.
Living on less provides the freedom, flexibility and courage to live the life I want.
The feeling I get from giving brings me greater joy than any stock market boom or a year-end bonus ever could.
This simple story provoked quite a bit of introspection for me. Perhaps it will do the same for you.
Fear may seem like this monstrous, mysterious, complicated emotion, but it’s actually quite simple to understand if you go back far enough.
What would your life look like if a paycheck was no longer a motivating factor for where you live, what you do, how you contribute to the world and how you spend your days?
I just learned that my former boss, the one who left me unemployed during that fateful summer of 2016, he died on Sunday.
For all my talk about the beauty of index funds and passive investing, and how stock picking is basically the root of all evil, I have a tiny confession to make.
This post is centered around a technique that has helped positively shape my relationship with money but has also made a profound impact in my life.
Accumulating credit card reward points offers you the ability travel the world without negatively impacting your savings rate.