Have you seen the new Personal Capital dashboard?

If you haven’t logged into your Personal Capital dashboard lately, then you may have missed the new dashboard interface that they rolled out recently. I hope you like dark blue, though. A classy Disclaimer: This blog post contains affiliate links! All kinds of affiliate links. Affiliate links galore! You have been warned, my good financial friends. … Continue reading Have you seen the new Personal Capital dashboard?

The Friday Feast ~ the 19th of May

The personal finance community is filled with so many talented writers and inspiring families in search of something better out of life than the traditional society-approved plan of buying lots of stuff and retiring in your 60s if you’re lucky.

Here is a look at the best of this week’s personal finance blogs.

In this episode of Friday Feast: Mama Fish Saves, Physician on Fire, Freedom Is Groovy, Dividend Monkey, Dad Is Cheap, 1500 Days, You Can Be Free 123, Action Econ, Bare Budget Guy, The Freedom From Money. Continue reading “The Friday Feast ~ the 19th of May”

After 1,000,000 blog hits, here’s what I learned about running a blog

Think Save Retire recently crested the 1,000,000 pageview mark since my lame first post that had something to do with Starbucks. In the time it took me to build up a respectable audience, I learned a thing or two about this whole “blogging business”. Blogging is about more than just typing a bunch of shit … Continue reading After 1,000,000 blog hits, here’s what I learned about running a blog

Bryce Canyon – the Supermodel of national parks in the U.S.

One of my commenters described Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah as the “Supermodel of national parks”. I couldn’t agree more. It’s just stupid gorgeous. The hoodoo-laced landscape is unlike anything that I’ve ever seen. Other parks, unfortunately, pale in comparison. My wife and I camped for nearly a week in the woods about 15 … Continue reading Bryce Canyon – the Supermodel of national parks in the U.S.