2019 mid-year recap
2019 mid-year recap
2019 is halfway over already, and I can’t decide if it’s been THISQUICK or i n c r e d i b l y  s l o w. It’s been ...
Leftovers
Leftovers
When I say the word Leftovers, most of you will probably think of the extra portion of last night’s supper, that you package and take to work with you for ...
Community
Community
The ChooseFI guys say it all the time – it’s all about community and the genuine connections we make that help us along the path to Financial Independence. I live ...
457 Junkie
457 Junkie
I’m obsessive. Once I tried it, I just had to have more of it. The feeling was just so good, and I wanted it again. But each additional dose gave ...
Privilege of Lazy
Privilege of Lazy
Last week, I wrote a somewhat tongue-in-cheek post about being Lazy. If given the choice, I would rather laze about my house and stream some of my shows or watch ...
Lazy
Lazy
Lazy. For a short little word, it sure comes with a bad reputation. And it hangs out with a notorious crew of other words: fat, boring, stupid, sluggish. To be ...
Financial Independence Awareness Day
Financial Independence Awareness Day
Today is 4/25/2019, which is being celebrated as the first annual Financial Independence Awareness Day by some of the personal finance bloggers in the Twittersphere. Ty Roberts from CampFIREfinance put ...
Musings on Tax Day
Musings on Tax Day
April 15th (or thereabouts, if it falls on a weekend) is Tax Day in the United States. Our friends in Canada have until April 30th, unless you’re self-employed, in which ...
I lucked into my credit score
I lucked into my credit score
I went to college in the early-to-mid 2000s, and I’m sure this sounds familiar to a lot of you. Tables would pop up around the campus with all sorts of ...
1Q 2019 update
1Q 2019 update
This is the first time I have sat down to do a Quarterly update, so please let me know on Twitter on in the comments if this is something I ...