My brain is small. Super small. I can only handle a little bit of information at a time. Fortunately, if I am able to focus on just one thing, I manage to Continue reading “Focus on the Big Stuff”
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This is my second update to this post – for the simple reason that tracking expenses accurately amidst countless accounts (read: credit cards) can result in some errors.
Ever have a destructive thought? You know, when your brain suggests something that just drags you down. Stuff like: Continue reading “Bro, You Should Meditate”
Recently, my wife and I were having a talk about vacation expenses. She was trying to decide between: Continue reading “It Costs More than You Think”
I was listening to an episode of, “You Can Afford Anything,” by the amazing Paula Pant. She made the point that was good for me to hear:
Working isn’t free. It costs money. This is good news and bad news.