The pandemic (or “quarantine”, or “lockdown”) has inspired a new work-from-home culture in the United States. Some love it. Others hate it.
Hang around the “inspirational” community enough (especially on Twitter), and you’ll very quickly begin to see a pattern.
When I was a child, sometimes I thought that everything was my fault.
There’s no question about it: Society expects something from us. And for the most part, it expects us to follow the common order of things.
In March of 2020, a shock hit the entire world.
I remember growing up in public school, and in my Civics class, we learned what seemed to be a very basic financial construct: Money can’t buy happiness. It was that simple.
The quarantine won’t last forever.
High income debt. The phrase seems to contradict itself, but for far too many high income earners, debt is still one of the biggest factors in financial struggle.
The relentless 24-hour news cycle is hinged around profit, suffers from misinformation and paints a less-than-ideal picture of society. And, too many of us buy into it.
Nearly 14 trillion. That’s the number that I want you to focus on for a minute. It’s a big number, isn’t it?