Inspirational Advice For Your Money And Your Life

I’m sure everyone here has heard of Robert Kiyosaki. If not, he’s a entreprenurial guru who has written lots of books that explain the habits of the wealthy. He’s best known for his book, Rich Dad, Poor Dad. He explains how he learned as a young boy that in times of crises, assets feed you [...]

I noticed something this weekend. Even though we are on the road mostly not taken to early retirement, we do not want for anything. At the beginning of the month we sit down to make a map for our money. I use the term, map, because it’s a loosey-goosey budget. We certainly don’t take the [...]

When I’m on the road-usually driving to or from work-I’m either widening my musical palate or listening to podcasts. This week on my daily drive I was listening to the Bigger Pockets podcast. Bigger Pockets is all about real estate investing. There is no need for an explanation as to why I love this one. [...]

This is such a timely post, considering we did just this last weekend. I have a love affair with real estate and, once again, allowed myself to consider the possibility of trading UP. After an entire day was spent driving by houses in our target market and running numbers, we started to feel that all [...]

I know it’s a little morbid but I did just visit the Mutter Museum :)  And everyone else keeps talking about bucket lists and fill-the-bucket lists (thank you, Maggie over at Northern Expenditure for putting a slightly less morbid spin on things), so I figured I’d give it a go!  Elimination And Evaluation The beauty [...]

On my ride in to work this morning I was listening to the latest podcast by The Minimalists (Education) and it got me thinking how far I’ve come since graduating high school.  It also had me thinking how I’m still the same person and how little it all means.  Before realizing I had what it [...]

This is a story of how I turned my lower back pain into precious mommy and me time.  And, go!  For years, I have experienced lower back pain.  I don’t quite know the reason.  It does, however, seem to get better when I am working out on a regular basis.  Unfortunately, since winter hit, I [...]

Spending money doesn’t always come easy when you’re dedicated to early retirement.  Since hopping on this bandwagon we have become increasingly more aware of where every dollar goes and where every dollar could go.  In a concerted effort to retire in 2021, our household has cut all frivelous spending from our non-budget.  Every frivelous expense [...]

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