Today we have a fatal fourway between a man, a lot of leaves, almost as many leaf bags, and the desire to not spend too much time or money on the act of ridding the world of what is basically … Continue reading Man vs. Leaf vs. Leaf Bag vs. Not Wanting to Spend Money
Finding motivation to do anything at all can be tough some days. Something as simple as a cloudy day or a loss of your favorite sports team can have you feeling like carpe diem is nothing more than the Latin … Continue reading How to find motivation when you would rather do nothing at all
It’s Black Friday today in the United States. A few other countries definitely celebrate, too. The world economy is so tightly connected. No supply chain issue on the other world can possibly stop Americans from spending money on items their … Continue reading Happy Black Friday you filthy consumer animals
We can lump many people into two categories when it comes to personal finances. There are those who find investing for the future as a natural occurrence. It’s something they do without thinking much about it. They may even have … Continue reading Investing for the future vs. enjoying the present: What’s the right balance?
There may not be anything on this earth better than eating at a buffet. Endless amounts of food. A wide selection of choices. A reasonable price. Eating at a buffet is one of the most practical things you can do … Continue reading Eating at a buffet: 7 practical tips to get the most out of your all-you-can-eat meal
Who has the time? No one apparently. Finding time to do everything we want to do is next to impossible. Between the necessary time-wasters in life to those moments where there’s nothing to do but kill time, it’s pretty tough … Continue reading How you can find more time to do the things you want
Months ago, I was reading a book! I really need to read more books. It wasn’t the greatest or most prolific of manifestos I was going through. This was Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls by David Sedaris. If you’re familiar … Continue reading Friends, Family, Health: Which is worth sacrificing, courtesy of David Sedaris
Investing has always been a curiosity for me. For the longest time, before we started investing, I’ve been hearing two extremes about it—either it’s just glorified gambling where you could lose all your money in a blink of an eye, … Continue reading Investing in 2022: Why we are still investing in a recession
Living on a prayer can sometimes feel easier than living as a one income family. Things are expensive! By the time you’ve spent the transportation cost to get anywhere, you’ve probably spent too much money. One of the best advantages … Continue reading Becoming a one income family: 5 things to consider
What is considered middle class in the United States? It probably depends on where you live. Kim Kardashian would see the word “middle class” and think it’s a middle seat in first class on an airplane. We know better. Middle … Continue reading What is considered middle class and why don’t I feel it?