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Josh

Blog Info

Name:
Monkey Free Me
Category:
General Finance
Tags:
Debt
Start Year:
2017

Blogger Bio

Net worth:
$510,000.00
Location:
Dallas, Texas, United States
Age:
30s
Race:
White
Gender:
Male
Life stage:
DIK (Dual Income, Kids)
Profession:
Teacher
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Latest Blog Posts

On Halloween I was teaching a lesson on risk assessment and fear to my class of 9th graders.  We talked about how they fear clowns, but 99.999999% are just fun people trying to get a laugh.  We talked about how they fear sharks in the ocean, but on average there are only 19 shark related […] ...
Posted: Nov 19 2017 @ 8:50 AM
(FIRE= Financially Independent Retire Early) For my newbie readers… Once upon a time there where two men in the same village that took two different paths in life.  They both graduated from college and had no debt.  They both wanted to retire in their 50’s and they both wanted families.  They also both don’t want […] ...
Posted: Nov 12 2017 @ 10:59 AM
SMU Volleyball GamesWhen I was a kid all I wanted was a Sega Genesis!  In my child world it was the best gaming system ever created, and it will be the greatest ever created, at the time.  It was very expensive compared to our old NES system, and we had like, 25 games for our NES.  My parents thought it would be better to just play what you have.  I ...
Posted: Nov 05 2017 @ 8:00 AM
I have been to a lot of different churches over the years, and I always found the churches that preached about money to be the most interesting.  I’m a church hopper by birth and today I fall under the title of “Christian” but I attend an LDS church on most Sundays.  I started life as a Roman Catholic, then a Bible Church, then Southern Baptist, then non denominational Christian, then ...
Posted: Oct 28 2017 @ 3:46 PM
Free Dumpster Landscaping and Drainage Rocks!Ok I just wanted to get a few cheapskate things off my chest before Fincon17, by admitting to a few of the following things that I do or have done more than once in my life.  I’m not bragging, but confessing, and maybe I will stop these one day, or maybe I will find new ones to replace my old ones.  Anyways… I go to frozen ...
Posted: Oct 24 2017 @ 1:30 PM
Our land was a mess!Ok, so the story is just like anyone else who is trying to live the American Dream, but mine took a turn for the environmental.  I just bought my first house nine years ago, and I moved into my 1,490 square foot home, coming from a 650 square foot apartment.  My rent was $650 a month and my new mortgage was $605 a month, so I ...
Posted: Oct 22 2017 @ 8:49 AM
That was 15 years ago this May!!“The Millionaire Next Door”changed my life in many ways in the year 2000.  I was a freshman in college, and in my  business management class we had an unorthodox professor who taught for $1 a year salary.  He made his millions buying stock in companies secretly, and then holding them ransom, or breaking them apart and selling them.  You see the same thing in ...
Posted: Oct 15 2017 @ 9:37 AM
Ok, so I have been playing on Coinbase with bitcoins, and I can now see after a few months why it is so fun and exciting.  I put in $100 and now I got $150 almost over night, and it is constantly trading 24/7.  I’m not sure what bitcoin is exactly (that’s for someone else to write), but I can see how it plays into the future with all our ...
Posted: Oct 08 2017 @ 8:53 AM
This is my backyard!!Congratulations you are a grown up!!  You got a job, you got your life together, and now you are thinking of making the largest purchase/ investment of you life.  You want to buy a house!! So what they don’t tell you, is that when you buy a house with your 30 year mortgage, that you will trade 30 years of work, and sacrifice lots of fun stuff, or ...
Posted: Oct 01 2017 @ 8:58 AM
So you haven’t got your investing life together just yet for one reason or another.  Maybe you were never taught to invest, and you were told to only save your money.  Maybe you watched someone loose a ton of money in the market or in the 2008 crash.  Maybe you don’t know where to start or you are just worried you’ll mess up. Well…the only way to mess up is to ...
Posted: Sep 24 2017 @ 9:04 AM

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