The FIRE Insights Survey Welcome to the seventh FIRE Insights Survey! The last survey in March was fun to put together and for Q2 we again received an amazing response! The goal of the survey is to measure interest/blogger sentiment in various asset classes over time, highlight great content, and source advice/recommendations for our community of readers.… Continue reading The FIRE Insights Survey #7
So far this year I’ve read 8 books and am currently finishing up my 9th. For me, I read to learn. I read to de-stress. And I read open up my mind to new ideas and new perspectives. And so far this year, I’ve read some solid books. But none of them have been great.… Continue reading Losing Streaks
We live in a non-stop 24/7 culture and no matter what you do, you can never stop the endless onslaught of things to do. It doesn’t matter if we are talking about your personal life, or your professional life. There is always more to do. My wife for instance is a stay-at-home mom. And not… Continue reading There is Always More to Do
Gary is the guy behind Financial Fives, a Financial Freedom Blog for Conscious Consumers. His goal with Financial Fives is to help you to live a life you look forward to, and enjoy the things that mean the most to you. (pretty similar to AR). You can learn more about Gary here. We’ve had no… Continue reading 5 Ways to Earn Mental Health Dividends – Even When Times Are Tough
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?