On today’s hump day, we discuss what you need to get ready for retirement and if the stock market is too high.Read more
Post 101- Hump day deferred. Today we discuss being homeless, the beauty of habits, and instilling good habits into our kids. From there we go on to early retirees and finally the beauty of slow acquisition.Read more
In today’s hump day we cover the Declaration of Independence, mini-retirement, working part time, finding happiness in medicine and life, and how frugality leads to wealth.Read more
Todays hump day covers Van Gogh, early retirement drawdown plans and benefits, job satisfaction and paying yourself first. We also discuss retirement mistakes made by a famous FIRE blogger. Do you know how Van Gogh died? Find out today.Read more
On today’s mid-week post we discuss the 14th amendment, decision fatigue, and living within your means. Enjoy this mid-week roundup!Read more
On today’s hump day we discuss hot air balloons, 529 saving plans, early retirement tricks, being a poker player, and more.Read more
Hope you had a great 4th and welcome back for another mid-week review of the weeks greatest. Today we discuss Amazon, parenting, RVs and mutual funds. Not a bad summation.Read more
This week I missed my regular Hump Day post due to being featured on The White Coat Investor’s site. My article about Should Your Child Become a Doctor seems to have done well and if you are interested in the topic, then please go check it out.
I did not want to go by without featuring some of the articles I enjoyed this week from my fellow bloggers. So without further ado here they are.Read more
This hump day we discuss the constitution, making choices to improve your future life, financial independence, compound interest, and more.Read more
On this hump day, we discuss minimalism and it’s many facets, the formation of California as a state, and the sacrifices families make for their children.Read more
In today’s hump day post we discuss Mahtma Gandhi who held his first non-violent civil disobedience on this day. We touch base with some great blog posts out there including learning whether buying vs renting is better in financial independence and how much home you can really buy.
We also cover posts that discuss what living in the wild means, what secret weapon you can employ to become rich, and why active investors may make some money, but they loose it in time.
Finally a shout out toe Michelle at Making sense of cents for being the breadwinner and a discussion of why we should be our spouses’ hype man.Read more