|Or not. Is that the question? That's me in the pink t-shirt.This month has been somewhat trying work-wise. I haven't had much time to think, but in the limited time I have had I've been mentally exploring some options. Today's post is going to list them and hopefully the act of writing them out and getting some feedback from the RetireJapan community ...|
|A Week of Giving Away #Money Books!
So two years ago I came up with this bright idea of starting a Personal Finance Library where I’d mail books back and forth to whoever wants them (for free), but after further research and certain naysayers telling me it’ll never work, I’ve decided to table it for now until I can prove them all wrong ;) I even had the perfect domain picked ...|
|Sam from Financial Samurai really had me thinking post-fire. I answered some of his questions here and here, but today
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|80% of success is due to psychology—mindset, beliefs, and emotions—and only 20% is due to strategy—the specific steps needed to accomplish a result. – Tony Robbins I really thought I was inventing an entirely new philosophy and theory, but it turns out that Tony Robbins already did it in this one-liner. This quote is exactly... Read more
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|This year marked our 3rd Annual Family Vacation in Tybee Island, Georgia and I still can’t believe it’s been that long ago that we paid off over $55k of consumer debt! One of the things that I love most about Tybee Island, is the small town feel and the neighborly aspect of everything. This yearContinue reading...
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|Amanda’s Note: This was provided by an online contact, who came to me with a great idea for how to automate savings on Amazon.com. Frugal living means spending as little money as possible, but it’s not without downsides. For instance, you might have to walk to a store further away for cheaper goods, or in […]
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|Now that the house is paid off we’ve put our savings on autopilot. It is nice to have our multiple income streams go towards something other than the mortgage company! Lately, we’ve been saving up for buying a new car and going on a big family vacation in October. Our car has lasted 9 years, … ...|
|Currently, in the year 2018, pension plans are almost extinct for those outside of public service. Our parents and grandparents may have put in 40 plus years at the same employer, to be rewarded with a fat pension at retirement. Nowadays this is extremely rare. There are few pension plans to keep us millennials loyal Read more about Negotiating a Job Offer[…] ...|
| This One’s For You, Dad! | Episode 2 Happy belated Father’s Day to all the dads out there! I hope everyone had a great weekend hanging out with family or doing whatever it is you enjoy! It’s hard to
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|THIS POST MAY CONTAIN AFFILIATE LINKS. PLEASE READ MY DISCLOSURE FOR MORE INFO. I recently finished the amazing book, American Kingpin: The Epic Hunt for the Criminal Mastermind Behind the Silk Road by Nick Bilton. If you’re not familiar with the story, it gives a behind-the-scenes look at the rise and fall of Ross Ulbricht, the... Read more
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|Welcome back to another post in my ‘Investing : a woman’s perspective’ series, where we talk women and investing. It has been great to interview women at different stages of their investing journey. There are a lot of common themes coming through. This week I am showcasing Nikki Ramskill of The Female Money Doctor. Nikki is also on a mission to get people interested in investing; we have a common aim. Firstly, ...|
|This is part 2 of a 3 part blog series on the history of the White Coat Investor. Today we tell the story from residency to my military service and into private practice. ...|
|Everybody knows their answer to the question, “How much do you make?” After all, it’s central to everything we do – where we live, what we buy, what types of vacations we go on — it all stems from how much we make. But, what I want to know is, “How much do you actually make per hour?” Let me give you a hint up front, the answer is quite ...|
|Google, the company with the most widely used search engine, is familiar to all of us. Whether you like it or not, Google is likely a part of your life. You might have even gotten to this article through a Google search, which just proves how prevalent Google is in our world. With their large […]
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|Are you an above-average college graduate? Here are some helpful tips for you. One of them is to pay off your student loans, but can you guess the others?
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| The dating scene can be rough when you’re financially conscious. Your priorities of saving and investing might be the complete opposite of your potential date’s priorities of spending and living for today. As a wise man once said though, there are plenty of fish in the sea. If you keep at it, you’ll find … Continue reading "Finding Love When Pursuing Financial Independence – with Gwen Merz and Erik ...|
|Do you remember summer breaks when you were young? I barely remember them anymore. (I’m 44.) They all ran into each other, but I still recall that awesome feeling when school let out. Summer was full of possibilities and I had endless time to do whatever I wanted. That’s the taste of freedom for kids […]
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|Children, adults, college students, and young adults all need a great savings account. Here are the best savings accounts for students and millennials.
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|To be totally honest, I didn’t get into money podcasts(or any podcasts) until I was 29. I’m not someone who can listen to a podcast and do…well, just about anything else. If I try and multitask while listening to one I end up tuning it out. So it took me awhile to find the time […]
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|Last year the mother of my kids, Nora, and I split up and parted ways in what was a pretty bitter and poisonous ending to our relationship. We had been together for 6 years and in that time we went through a lot together. Much more than most couples ever will. We went through a […]The post Getting On for the Kids When Your Relationship Ends appeared first on Marty ...|
|Mouse is a self-described husband (to a doctor), father, engineer, and finance blogger. He builds awesome money models to predict the chances people have at successfully reaching their goals. Today, we will see Mouse's model for me and answer the pen-ultimate question: Will I be able to retire?
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|Your special day comes but once a year, so celebrate it by getting free birthday stuff. No, not talking about getting presents from your friends and family. As much fun as it’s to open gifts, what’s even better is getting free birthday dinners, desserts and other goodies from Canadian businesses. So go wild and take […]
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|Move over boring gym and jogging routine, these trendy workouts are thrilling, fun and perfect to torch that stubborn fat. ...|
|Invest there, save here, charge this, spend that… what’s behind our financial decision making? We might not personally have all of those answer, but we know someone who does. Coming down to the basement is the head of behavioral science at Morningstar, Steve Wendel. Morningstar has some alarming statistics about retirement, and Dr. Wendel will […]
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|Join us today for Part 4 of the Interview with Shannon Miles, Author of "The Third Option"...This is Part 4 of the interview I had with author and CEO Shannon Miles of Belay. Shannon Miles is the author of the new book "The Third Option" about not being forced to choose between family and career […]
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|The last 12 months have been pretty exciting when it comes to cryptocurrency. We have seen investing in crypto going mainstream, the birth of new exchanges and trading platforms, and of course the emergence of new coins. There are now well on the way to 2000 different cryptocurrency coins available to be invested in, with […] ...|
|You might already know this, but the church as we know it didn’t walk out of the Bible times. It’s morphed and evolved, just like society, since the first band... ...|
|How do you make money as a blogger? Have you thought about starting a blog but have no idea how you’ll make money from it? Maybe you’re just curious to know how other bloggers make their income. Here we explore a few ways to make money as a blogger. How do you make money as a...
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|Monday Money #9 Smart Meters and Celeb Selfies What an interesting week I have had. I have taken it as a much slower pace than the previous week. I have adopted fully my new strategy of have an essential to do list of just three things, ensuring that those things are achieved. And I achieved […]
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|Trying to pay off debt is not an easy task. Most people want to become debt free, but often realize it’s easier said than one. Paying off debt is often like starting a new diet in the beginning stages. You have to crack down on your bad money habits and commit to developing new, better habits. […]
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|Yeah, I’ve been silent a while. Long story short, my dad got sick and I had to take him to the hospital. That was two and a half weeks ago. Turns out the root cause of the problem that sent him there was cancer, which is always a scary thing to hear. But it’s looking […]
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|No one can predict the future but based on past events, a market correction is coming. You need to start preparing for a market correction with an opportunity fund.
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|As I’m writing this, I have exactly two weeks left of my own maternity leave left with Frugal Baby. On Sunday 1st, I officially return to work. I can’t believe how fast it has gone the second time around. I am so not ready to be leaving both of my babies behind and going back …
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|One of my life-long dreams is to travel across the USA in an RV. Needless to say, I’m super excited to share this guest post from Jill of Let’s Travel Family on her full-time RV budget and examples. Enjoy! The costs to take a family trip or vacation can be budgeted, planned for, and saved […]
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|The post may contain affiliate links Conventional wisdom states that in order to own a vehicle, you have to pay for it....
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|Get Set to Picnic with a Picnic Station Days out don’t have to cost a fortune. You can make some easy savings by having picnics. You can provide something for everyone, including picky eaters and they are a really cost effective way of keeping the family fed. Trips to the park or to the beach […]
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|Previously, I described in great detail my biggest financial mistakes that I made in my 20s. In this post, I...
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|How to make money from your mobile phone! In Australia, there are so many ways you can make money from your phone, some don’t even require you to do anything! […]
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|Before I went full-time self-employed, all of my finances were automated. I had a DB pension and stock plan with my employer. I also made automatic monthly transfers towards all my savings goals. Life and money were "easy," but then I quit my job. This was new to me. After nearly two decades of stable [...]
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|It’s easy to feel lonely in your 20’s and 30’s: having roommates begins to lose its appeal, and between work, taking care of yourself, and people coupling up like crazy, your network steadily begins to shrink. I am no stranger to this “I don’t have any friends,” feeling. When I moved back from NYC in 2012 I left behind a close-knit group of people who functioned as my second family. ...|