Your success comes from leveraging your edge. We should all know what’s our edge.
There are no wrong choices as long as they are conscious choices.
Not having had a personal finance class in high school isn’t an excuse. It’s always a choice. We all have limited time. You choose to invest your time in what matters.
I’ve been thinking about this for some time. This is a follow-up to the previous post Lifestyle Design: Choose Where You Live. I took this picture during my vacation to help make the point: It was taken on the famous Inca Trail to Machu Picchu in Peru. The classic Inca Trail takes four days and […]
Reader KD’s guest post about looking at the big financial picture really put many of my posts to shame. I post many small tips and tricks here and there but they often fall on the trees side rather than the forest. Most of them aren’t even trees, but twigs and leaves. Getting an extra $5,000 […]
[This is a guest post from long-time reader KD.] In this day and age of financial blogs, coupon sites, and one-click online shopping, savings are easy to find and easy to replicate. The question I end up asking myself is what difference did these savings have on my bottom line? More often than not, in […]