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

There is No One Else to Blame

Are doctors responsible for your health? Are financial advisors responsible for your finances? Is your boss responsible for your performance? The answer to all of these questions is a resounding: NO. You are the only person responsible for YOU. There is no one else to blame There are of course outside factors, but at the… Continue reading There is No One Else to Blame

The God Equation Review

Book Review, Summary, Highlights and Quotes from The God Equation: The Quest For a Theory of Everything by Dr. Michio Kaku “An entertaining, quick, and fun physics read” – are usually not the type of quotes you’d see about a physics book. While I do enjoy physics, astronomy, and the sciences, I’m not typically reading this genre.… Continue reading The God Equation Review

How Much Vacation is Too Much Vacation?

I posed the question last week on Twitter, “What is the ideal number of vacation days per year?” Of course, there were many replies that it was obviously 365, or for those who like to get real specific: 365.25. And sure a permanent vacation sounds great in theory, but in reality it is neither fiscally… Continue reading How Much Vacation is Too Much Vacation?