From mortgages to car notes, Americans are using their buying power to gobble up goods and services at an alarming rate, amassing trillions in debt.
Sometimes, giving up is the right thing to do
For many years (three, to be exact), a big part of our story was living full-time in our 30′ Airstream travel trailer. Living small still is a huge part of our early retirement story, but in 2019, we bought something that has changed the way that we live our lives. We bought an 800 square […]
A big part of my story is about early retirement. Late in 2016, I retired from full-time work. I quit my well-paying job in information technology and hopped into an Airstream travel trailer with my wife and two dogs and started traveling the country. As someone who quit the rat race pretty early in life, […]
You don’t need to be a gifted money professional to figure out early retirement money principles.
Our ability to give back and help others is immensely connected with our personal foundation. The better our personal selves, the more effective we become at focusing on things outside of ourselves.
When hiring managers spend an average of 6 seconds reviewing each resume, how will yours stand out?
I’m thankful for my mistakes. If I hadn’t made them in my 20s and early 30s, I might be making them now. We don’t learn from winning. We learn by losing.
Hard truths can be tough to swallow, but for many of us, they can also instantly transform our lives. Finding ways to improve our lives isn’t always easy and it often takes brutal honesty; honesty that we’re afraid to admit to ourselves. But, I’ve found that honesty is like a hump. Honesty is the plateau […]
Live a healthy life. It’s something that most of us want, but it eludes way too many of us. We spend a lot of time worrying about things that are outside of our control. As a result, we grow frustrated. We get angry. Maybe even feel sorry for ourselves. It’s a constant battle, isn’t it? […]