Cash Management in Early Retirement

Cash management in early retirement has turned out to be a rather stressful endeavor. When I first left negotiated my severance and left corporate America it was easy to know that I still had money coming in for awhile. But eventually all gravy train runs dry, and then I was left figuring out an action… Continue reading Cash Management in Early Retirement

You Don’t Need Multiple Income Streams to Build Wealth

You Only Need One Income Stream. Just ONE. Yep that’s right. I said it. You only need the ONE. And don’t get me wrong. I’m not against multiple income streams. In fact, I built my entire career with a side hustle that grew into a full-time job, followed by another side hustle that eventually jumpstarted… Continue reading You Don’t Need Multiple Income Streams to Build Wealth

My Website Investment – 6 Months Later

After Accidentally Retiring nearly two years ago, I finally decided to put a financial plan together for the first time. It was great to get everything down on paper and have a concrete goal. Our overarching financial goal is to: Create enough passive income to offset all current expenses, and continue to live our current… Continue reading My Website Investment – 6 Months Later

Simple Investing is The Best Kind of Investing

This post is part of the “How to invest money“ put together by Wall St. Nerd. Many times over the years in business and now in investing, I have come back to one simple acronym that we all know: KISS or Keep It Simple Stupid. Too often you can get lost in the weeds at… Continue reading Simple Investing is The Best Kind of Investing