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Archives for July 2017
Comparing yourself to others can result in depression, negative thoughts, anxiety and worse. Realizing and addressing these thoughts can improve emotional health.
A terrible experience with a tenant soured me to the idea of being a landlord for years. I recently revisited the topic and still decided against it. Here’s why.
The organization of your funds into taxable, tax-efficient and tax-free accounts has a huge impact on your taxes — potentially costing you hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Each year I aim to listen to as many audiobooks as I can. Here’s are some of my techniques for maximizing the time I’m able to listen.
My investing experience from 2006-2011 was full of ups and down. I inherited money and promptly lost most of it during the recession. This is the story of what I did during this time.
Having a benchmark for improvement involves having enough data to create one. Here are some tactics I use for creating starting points to improve on.
How I schedule my tasks for the week using Todoist while keeping in mind monthly and yearly goals.
It’s easy to agree, but what are your core principles that are unique to you? If you had to think of one unpopular opinion that is core to your beliefs what would it be?
My approach to slim my down bags, backpacks and luggage.