FinCon is like a college reunion
Growing up, I had a lot of good friends, but never really any close friends. I attended multiple proms as a friend ask, not because I was ever actually dating ...
September 18, 2019
Goodbye Personal Capital
I'm no stranger to using web apps to track my personal finances. I currently have 3,417 days of history saved on Mint.com, which I only started using after an earlier ...
August 20, 2019
2018 Miscellaneous Income
As I’ve written before, I have been tracking every penny coming into my life (from sources outside of my regular paychecks) for the past 4 years. When I originally published ...
August 12, 2019
Changing my mortgage mindset
As I wrote about in my last post, a mortgage is a debt that must be paid within a prescribed and agreed-upon time frame. And as with all debts, it ...
August 5, 2019
Your house is not an Asset
The greatest lie ever told in America is the one about The American Dream. That the only way to truly prosper and live the Good Life in this country is ...
July 30, 2019
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 ...
July 14, 2019
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 ...
June 16, 2019
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 ...
June 12, 2019
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 ...
June 5, 2019
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 ...
May 9, 2019