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Colin Ashby

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Rebel With A Plan
Debt, Earning More/Hustling
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Houston, Texas, United States
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SINK (Single Income, No Kids)
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At the start of this year, I found myself sitting at my desk in a humid filled room. It was the morning time and the school forbade us from turning on the air conditioning until 8:30 a.m. I had been living in Thailand for nearly a year at that point. My pay was small but […] Read more... The post Travel, Survival Jobs, and Life in Transition appeared first on Rebel with ...
Posted: Nov 15 2017 @ 7:34 PM
These past two days I’ve gotten so much sleep and it’s been great. Last week I was in Dallas, Texas attending FinCon17. It was amazing, I learned a lot, I lost a lot of sleep, and all in all, it was a great experience. This year’s conference was my second time attending, the first being last year’s FinCon16. Just like last year, the journey to get to the conference was ...
Posted: Nov 01 2017 @ 11:57 AM
It’s not hard to find someone who works two or three jobs in order to live. It’s the American Hustle. We hear a lot about the ever constant “hustle”. We work side hustles after coming home from a long day at work. Doing several jobs to cobble together a living. It can be hard, but in a society of stagnant wages, high costs of living and big student loan bills, ...
Posted: Sep 13 2017 @ 11:30 AM
Note: This is a guest post written by Jacob of Dollar Diligence.  Having a financial background is always beneficial when it comes to managing your money, but you do not have to have a financial background to be able to handle your expenses. In fact, I did not have a solid financial background or any type of economics training when I finally decided to tackle and pay off my student loan ...
Posted: Aug 24 2017 @ 11:02 AM
Saving money is important. Duh! Right? Everyone likes to save money. Unless you’re one of those lucky souls who won the lottery and ride your Ferrari off into the sunset. For the rest of us, we like saving money. At least I think people do. Most people would give a quick yes when asked if they wanted to save more money. If you read any of those “x tips to save ...
Posted: Aug 17 2017 @ 12:52 PM
Hello there blog reading people, I’ve been away for too long, although I’m not sure if you’ve noticed it as much as I have. Life has been coasting on uneven territory lately, so I wanted to write an update post. Here goes! First off, I’ve been feeling down about this website since I haven’t made a solid focused effort to work on it for the past two months. Wow. Even writing that ...
Posted: Jun 19 2017 @ 3:00 AM
There comes a point during your early to late twenties when you feel stuck. Not stuck in a traffic jam or being behind an apocalypse prep person at the grocery store. You’re in a rut where your sense of identity is thrown out the window and you don’t know what to do. The millennial quarter-life crisis is alive and real for lots of people. Society loves to focus on formulaic ...
Posted: Jun 14 2017 @ 3:00 AM
Is this it? Is this what they were talking about over and over? You sit up from your bed, hair coming out in all directions of your head. Nausea pulls you over. It lingers on a strange limbo between morning grogginess and sickness. The plain white walls of your room stare back at you. Waiting. It’s time to get up. An inch of toothpaste on the toothbrush. Brushed hair. And? ...
Posted: Jun 07 2017 @ 3:00 AM
One of the best accounts I follow on Instagram is Humans of New York. The creator of the project, Brandon Stanton, posts updates several times a week. Each photo comes with a story. One of my favorite stories he shared was a story about focusing on the work. Even when times get uneasy and tough. […] Read more... The post How To Get In The Debt Payoff Mindset appeared first on Rebel ...
Posted: May 17 2017 @ 3:00 AM
Making a point to carve out time for personal development can be one of the most beneficial things you can do for yourself. Consistently setting aside time to work on yourself can be rewarding both in the present moment and in the long run. I’ve been making a point over the past year to invest […] Read more... The post How To Carve Out Time For Personal Development appeared first on Rebel ...
Posted: May 10 2017 @ 3:00 AM


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