Category: Investing

6 Investing Mistakes You Probably Should Avoid (Or Don’t, I’m Not Your Momma)

6 Investing Mistakes You Probably Should Avoid (Or Don’t, I’m Not Your Momma)

Before reading, just keep in mind this disclaimer: “Don’t you know opinions are like assholes. Everybody has one and most of them stink.” I have been dealing with some skin allergies for the past month. My cockroach DNA has failed me. They say willpower is […]

When Income Doesn’t Require Working Anymore

When Income Doesn’t Require Working Anymore

A good daydream for normal people involves winning the lottery or scoring a lifetime pass to the Maldives. Good, normal thoughts. Mine used to be daydreaming that I was the only person left in the world because that meant I could now go into any restaurant […]

Why We Sold Our Airbnb Rental Property (And Should You?)

Why We Sold Our Airbnb Rental Property (And Should You?)

Whoopsies. I had this post sitting at the back of the queue for too long and I forgot to finish it off. ~ This is an installment of my Airbnb series. Check out part one or browse all my Airbnb content ~ We sold our rental a few months […]

The Glamorous Sunday Diary + June 2018 Financial Update

The Glamorous Sunday Diary + June 2018 Financial Update

We crossed over the double commas again but this time we’re not including our residence, which I guess makes it more official. I still think real estate should be included in the net worth though. Not that it makes this month any less special. Small […]

The Quickest, Surefire Way to Be an Effective Personal Finance Blogger (Poll Results)

The Quickest, Surefire Way to Be an Effective Personal Finance Blogger (Poll Results)

OK, we are continuing into the last part of the discussion “Is Financial Illiteracy An Excuse?” (Go check out that if you’ve missed it…or don’t because I’m not your boss xD) Here are the poll results! We had a total of 148 votes from different individuals on […]

The Gray Area of Making Financial Decisions In a Marriage

The Gray Area of Making Financial Decisions In a Marriage

Balancing money and marriage is hard work. I think hubby and I have it figured out together pretty good. Even so, no marriage is airtight when it comes to money and squabbles. When we got married, we didn’t discuss in-depth finances. You know why? Because […]

Wanna See How Rich You’ll Become? Use Compound Interest Formula With Growth and Contributions

Wanna See How Rich You’ll Become? Use Compound Interest Formula With Growth and Contributions

[This post may contain affiliate links at no additional cost to you.] I sometimes wonder what people from the Dark Ages think about our flashy culture and unrestrained society today. Not to mention our smartphones, computers and auto flushing indoor toilets. That would likely blow […]

Why ‘The Millionaire Next Door’ is a Myth to Most Millennials

Why ‘The Millionaire Next Door’ is a Myth to Most Millennials

Think back 30 years ago, do you think the socioeconomics of the world has stayed the same? No. It’s harder than ever to become a “real” millionaire today through frugality if you are part of the middle class. I didn’t think this was the case […]