You don't need to be a master to accomplish your goals. Spending all of your time perfecting one aspect can hold you back when you need a diverse skill set to delivery.
A snapshot of my finances as of April 1, 2018. We were down 1.5% for a total of -$19,120.00 for the quarter. This includes my investment totals, specific stocks, category breakdowns and how I'm doing on the road to FI.
Traditions like Christmas, Thanksgiving, and 4th of July are a huge part of American culture. These traditions spawn shopping trips, consumerism and more. What can we do to be more mindful about our holiday choices?
Last year, we moved across the country from Orlando to Salt Lake City. Before we reached this decision, I researched other companies, looked at other jobs and interviewed other places. In the end, I had to make the decision: is the extra money worth it?
The minimalist aesthetic isn't as cheap as it looks. There are a number hidden costs to owning fewer things. Living in a minimalist house requires more investment than you might know.
For the next 3 months, I'm planning to focus on exploring Utah, monetizing Minafi and increasing traffic. Rather than setting monthly goals, the hope it to use these for a quarter. Let's see how it goes!
For March, I concentrated on trying public transportation in Salt Lake City to see if I enjoyed using it as part of my everyday schedule. This meant taking anywhere from 2 public legs to 7 on a single day. It quickly revealed what I like and what I don't like about travel.
Whenever I visit a blog, I’m always curious what their motivation is. Partially in the Vision & Mission sense, but also what their monetary motivation is. Advertising disclosures are nice (and required), but I always love diving into others monthly income reports. Getting to see a ledger of income and expenses hits the accounting sweet spot […]
In a conversation between Warren Buffett and his Pilot, Buffett recommended a strategy to help prioritization that always stuck with me. It's simple, clean and helps get to the heart of what you should be working on. I've used this technique a number of times, and for each, it has helped me focus.