College Students and Money

I went around my local University campus today and surveyed college students about personal finance. (Tuesday, April 26th, 2022) Here are the questions I asked: What year are you graduating? What education have you received about how to manage your money? Do you feel ready to manage making $40,000+ a year after graduation and haveContinue reading “College Students and Money”

When Will the Next Market Crash Be?

Questions I have received recently are: “When will this housing bubble burst?”, “When will the next stock market crash be?”, and “Why do Baby Boomers not understand the younger generation’s financial struggles?” First of all, there is no housing bubble currently, and there likely isn’t going to be one again, at least not in ourContinue reading “When Will the Next Market Crash Be?”

4 Things That Are Worth Spending More Money On:

Saving and Investing are two of the most important things to me, but there are some things that are worth spending money on. Things that cost more upfront, but are worth it in the long run! 1. Bed related items: sheets, pillows, mattress, etc. You sleep for one-third of your entire life and how wellContinue reading “4 Things That Are Worth Spending More Money On:”

Why You NEED to Know What You Want to Do After Retirement:

Many people who choose the F.I.R.E. (Financial Independence Retire Early) way of life, have a rude awakening once they reach financial independence and quit their jobs: All of your problems don’t magically disappear and it turns out your job and money weren’t what was holding you back. (This blog post was inspired by the Madfientist,Continue reading “Why You NEED to Know What You Want to Do After Retirement:”

Books That Will Change Your Life!!!

Hello and welcome to a post I am very excited for! All of the books that have changed my life & may change yours too! These books majorly influenced my mind and outlook on life. *Links are affiliate! Which is awesome because now I can make a bit of money by promoting a company IContinue reading “Books That Will Change Your Life!!!”

How Living Sustainably Saves You Money:

There is a misconception that living a more sustainable lifestyle automatically means it’s more expensive. In many ways, it’s actually cheaper than living an unsustainable lifestyle. I’m going to provide different examples of how living sustainably will save you money, most of these are self-explanatory. You can have a smaller trash can, which minimizes yourContinue reading “How Living Sustainably Saves You Money:”

Sustainable Holiday & Gift Guide:

Hello, this year I wanted to do something fun & helpful, by creating a sustainable gift guide! I’m really excited for this post & looking forward to what I come up with. If you have anything to add, please feel free to comment down below! 🙂 In addition to gifts, I will also be addingContinue reading “Sustainable Holiday & Gift Guide:”

Your Productivity ≠ Your Worth:

I had a conversation the other day that led to some very interesting realizations: I equate my value as a person to how much I accomplish in a day. I also only consider days a “good day” when I get a lot completed. When I don’t get a lot done, I feel guilty and shameful.Continue reading “Your Productivity ≠ Your Worth:”

The Dumbest Purchases We Have Made:

I always preach that to achieve FIRE you need to stop all unnecessary spending, but to be honest, over the years, we’ve (particularly me) been terrible with this.. I would say only in the last two years, we’ve greatly improved. So if we can be on track for FIRE after making all of these dumbContinue reading “The Dumbest Purchases We Have Made:”

The 4 Principles I Base All of My Life Choices On:

I read the book 7 Habits of Highly Effective People a while back and have since focused even harder to center my life around a few core principles, rather than things like: what would benefit me the most, what would make my spouse happy, what would make us the most money, etc. The book explainsContinue reading “The 4 Principles I Base All of My Life Choices On:”