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Do you find money talk boring? Try this instead

Published March 1, 2017   Posted in How to Think

I will be the first to admit that I find money talk exceedingly boring. Especially stocks, diversification, yields, compound interest, price-to-earnings ratio, whatever. Seriously, I fall asleep when I hear or read about that stuff. And, I have a sneaking suspicion that I’m not alone. For all those who find money talk boring, I feel […]
Hey folks! I am absolutely delighted to bring you another guest post today, this time from the one and only Our Next Life. They are two awesome mountain-dwellers who have taken their financial freedom by storm and have a lot to be thankful for. Today, they are writing about talking money over turkey. Let’s go! […]

What has the American Dream become?

Published June 22, 2015   Posted in How to Think

The American Dream can be defined in many different ways by many different people.  Similar to our Financial Independence question that I posted in April, I am curious what those of you in the personal finance community (and, quite frankly, those outside of it as well) think happened to the American Dream.  Is it still alive […]

How much money buys your happiness?

Published April 29, 2015   Posted in How to Think

Though I preach endlessly about the merits of happiness and how independent those merits are from money alone, I do believe that money CAN buy a certain level of happiness – or what I like to call your “happiness number”.  How much money do you think it takes to truly buy happiness before we hit the […]