Why I ditched a traditional Bucket List and switched to this instead

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How to take your Bucket List to the next level For anyone who follows my work, you know that I love making lists! I have lists for everything – from tracking my happiness to life mantras and goal setting. If there is a way to make a list for it, I probably have done it.… Continue reading Why I ditched a traditional Bucket List and switched to this instead

Book Review | Loving What Is by Byron Katie

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Highlights and Quotes from Loving What Is by Byron Katie Loving What Is by Byron Katie was a book that I had heard a lot about for a while, and had sat buried on an Amazon wish list. I didn’t feel that I had a big problem or mental hurdle to tackle, and so it sat on… Continue reading Book Review | Loving What Is by Byron Katie

“Hell Yeah! or no.” – a framework to help make better decisions

Use this rule if you’re often over-committed or too scattered. If you’re not saying “HELL YEAH!” about something, say “no”. Derek Sivers, Anything You Want It’s the mantra that Derek Sivers writes about in his book, Anything You Want, to help make a more focussed decision or weed out the crap from your life. He… Continue reading “Hell Yeah! or no.” – a framework to help make better decisions

2021 Tax Planning – avoiding capital gains tax in retirement with TaxCaster

How we plan to pay $0 in taxes in 2021 This is neither tax nor investment advice and is for informational purposes only. One of the big challenges that I have had in my first year in early retirement is managing taxes and capital gains. You would think that taxes wouldn’t be such for someone… Continue reading 2021 Tax Planning – avoiding capital gains tax in retirement with TaxCaster