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Name:
The Avocado Toasts
Category:
Lifestyle
Tags:
Millennial, Real Estate, Early Retirement, Frugality
Start Year:
2018

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Net worth:
$50,000.00
Location:
United States
Age:
20s
Race:
Unspecified
Gender:
Male
Life stage:
DINK (Dual Income, No Kids)
Profession:
Engineer
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Latest Blog Posts

There seems to be quite a bit of confusion about the purpose of money these days. If you step out of the warm, happy bubble of personal finance blogs and into the noisy chaos of rap videos and social media, you would find yourself bombarded with idea that butlers, Benzos, and bottle service are the … Continue reading "Why I softened my stance on saving" ...
Posted: Nov 15 2018 @ 12:12 AM
Last year I had to good fortune of spending quite a bit of time in Scandinavia. The more time I hung around in small Swedish cities, and some of the bigger towns in Norway and Denmark, the more I started sensing a pattern—their cities and towns are amazing! Between having swimmable harbors dotted with bustling … Continue reading "Putting my “mustache” where my mouth is" ...
Posted: Nov 08 2018 @ 1:08 AM
When I graduated college, I made the decision that I was finally going to get healthy again. After many years of stressful all-nighters and long days in a computer lab chair, my resulting body wasn’t exactly going to be landing any underwear modeling gigs. I decided the first step toward better health started by eating … Continue reading "How can I make wealth-building delicious?" ...
Posted: Oct 28 2018 @ 10:11 PM
In the last article, we covered how I’ve been optimizing my lifestyle for maximum happiness at minimal cost. In this article, we’re going to see how all of this fits into my plans for paying off my six-figure debt and becoming financially independent by the time I’m 30. Let’s dive in. First, we have to get rid of … Continue reading "Part IV: From six-figure student loans to retired by 30" ...
Posted: Oct 03 2018 @ 12:15 AM
For the last few articles, we’ve been using my own situation as a case study on optimizing life for maximum happiness at minimal cost. The last article gave us an income to work with ($108,000 after taxes, between my girlfriend and me), so in this article, we’re going to design a fun-and-efficient lifestyle that makes … Continue reading "Part III: From six-figure student loans to retired by 30" ...
Posted: Sep 12 2018 @ 10:17 PM
In the last article, we began our quest for happy days and an ever-growing stash of cash. As we dug into the fact that our happiness is largely governed by the actual experience of living out the seconds, minutes, and hours of each and every day of our lives, we decided work—the thing that takes up … Continue reading "Part II: From six-figure student loans to retired by 30" ...
Posted: Aug 27 2018 @ 5:05 PM
This matrix explaining the two big parts of a happy day would make a lot more sense with some context. Of course, we’ll eventually get there, however, pasting this picture here is the only way I can figure out how to get a fancy image to pop up on my blogroll… because WordPress hates happiness. … Continue reading "Part I: From six-figure student loans to retired by 30" ...
Posted: Aug 25 2018 @ 10:17 AM
In Part II, we came to understand that the conventional wisdom about adulthood leaves a lot to be desired. Much of our what society considers normal causes us to spend our lives on a treadmill in which plenty of money gets spent, but without giving us the promised happiness. This is obviously crap. We need … Continue reading "Part III: I know it’s just money, but…" ...
Posted: Aug 05 2018 @ 8:35 AM
In the last article, we came to understand that money is the very foundation of human progress. This obviously means we want to become quite good with our finances so that we can become rich enough to shape a better world. Luckily, becoming rich is actually pretty easy for most of us with normal incomes, … Continue reading "Part II: I know it’s just money, but…" ...
Posted: Aug 05 2018 @ 8:34 AM
Humans spent a solid 60,000 years or so in a pretty annoying situation. Among other inconveniences, getting sick was pretty much a death sentence, and our coolest form of transport was a horse. However, in the last 500 years, we’ve figured out how to cure tons of diseases, jumped from horses to reusable spaceships, and … Continue reading "Part I: I know it’s just money, but…" ...
Posted: Aug 04 2018 @ 11:41 AM

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