Monthly Archive: March 2017

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How to Invest, If you’re new to Investing

Investing is simple, even if its definition may not be; Invest – To expend money with the expectation of achieving a profit or material result by putting it into financial schemes, shares, or property,...

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10 Habits of Eventual Millionaires

Ever wondered what it takes to get rich? Let’s be real, we all have. The thing is, it’s not actually that hard. The biggest problem is that in general, we tend to view the...

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Start your financial independence journey

As seen on millennialmoney.com A similar version can also be seen on thesavvycouple.com Wake up, go to work, sleep, repeat Every weekday morning I hit the alarm at 6, shower, sit in traffic, work...

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How much money should I put where?

All this information about investing, stocks, index funds, and bonds is great but it can be a lot to handle. What should I really have in my portfolio and how much of each? Let’s...

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Lend a hand

Just finished watching Manchester by the Sea. Holy shit. As ridiculous as it may seem, it really did serve as a reminder how tough some people have it. Of course, it was a movie....

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Hedonic Adaptation

You may have heard of the term hedonic adaptation back in high school psychology class and then forgotten about it soon after. However, it is one of the most powerful forces affecting every single...

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Minimalism: Serving a purpose

When it comes to buying new things, I’d say that I do it a bit less frequently than the average American. Malls are my worst nightmare. I have running shoes with the soles torn...

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Screw the Status Quo

Have you ever asked yourself the question, why is everyone else right?   Many times there are really smart people who learned from other really smart people and they have figured out the best...

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The Perfect Life

If you’ve done your homework on financial independence or are at least familiar with the concept, it’s likely that you are aware of the benefits that it provides. But what if you are trying...

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How Severe is Your Debt Emergency?

As seen on moneymanifesto.com If you’re in debt, you’re not alone. In fact, millions of Americans struggle with debt. The average household owes somewhere between $5,000 – $10,000 in credit card debt alone. Want...