For January 2018, my goals were to focus on turning the Minimal Investor Email Course into a full course that provides value to people learning how to invest.
It's easy for paper clutter to pile up. Reducing it can be a lot of work, especially if you want to do it yourself. One of the most cost-efficient ways of decluttering is handling it yourself – with the help of a good scanner.
With the rise of Bitcoin, it can look like everyone is getting rich. Speculative investing isn't a new thing, but if done wrong it can bring down even the best portfolios. How can you pick investments that are going to spike?
Mrs. Minafi has heard this line too many times to count: “Want to try an experiment?”. Following our recent move from a 1,700 square foot house to an apartment, we’ve been on a mission to clear away as much clutter as possible and earn back as much time as we can. After staying in a […]
A snapshot of my finances as of January 1, 2018. We were up 12.2% for a total of +$133,765.50 for the quarter. This includes my investment totals, specific stocks, category breakdowns and how I'm doing on the road to FI.
When you think about a time when you felt most euphoric, what comes to mind? Where were you? Who were you with? What was around you?
Every year I listen to a bunch of audiobooks. In 2017 I ended up listening to 66 books across a few genres including non-fiction, memoir, fantasy, science fiction and more. Here are my top recommendations from the year.
For January 2018, I'm going to focus on turning the Minimal Investor Email Course into a full course that provides value to people learning how to invest.
My entirely too long look at what happened in 2017. The top themes for the year were: wedding, honeymoon, moving to Salt Lake City, starting Minafi and focusing at Pluralsight.