Every so often, a book comes along and I actually find the time to read it. A harmonic convergence, if you will. I was fortunate to get an opportunity to read (and review) a book that I think you'll dig: "This Is the Year I Put My Financial Life in Order", by John … [Read more...] about This Is the Year I Put My Financial Life in Order
Personal Growth and Life Purpose
About seven years into my career, having just turned 29, I got canned. This was well over a decade ago, my millennial friends. I didn't believe it at the time, but looking back, getting laid off was clearly a blessing in disguise. There were a number of factors that made … [Read more...] about Getting Laid off: A Blessing in Disguise?
That's right. I said it. Cubert is a Fraud. After all, he's planning to actually WORK (the big, bad "W" word!!!) when he "retires." Who does this guy think he is, writing all this drivel? No one's going to believe the crap he writes here. Heck, his wife is still going to be … [Read more...] about Cubert Is a Fraud (Or, Why Trying to Define Retirement Is Futile)
Today's post is inspired by a rockstar in her own right, Tanja from OurNextLife.com. She wrote a few days ago about not being discouraged with your starting position, financially speaking. After digging up old ledger numbers and notes from 10 years ago, Tanja could reflect … [Read more...] about If I Can Do It, You Can Do It (Retire Early, That Is)
Dwight D. Eisenhower. World War II General (and Supreme Leader of the European Theater... You know, D-Day?) and later, President of the United States. You can't get more productive than that! In fact, he was the first president to play golf more than he worked. Well, … [Read more...] about Get More Productive: With the Eisenhower Box