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.
You know how awesome it is to not be important? To be that guy who comes into work every day, does his job and goes home? The guy who never volunteers for additional work, never has his nose up the ass of his superiors, the guy who couldn’t seem to care any less about the next … Continue reading The awesomeness of not being important
Yo gang! I have another guest post from Brian G from Get Money, Got Money, this time about a summer job living out of a tent that put things into perspective. Love the story and I think you will too. “Wake up man! Brian, wake up!” “Huh, what’s going on?” “Get your ass out of your … Continue reading Living in a tent by a river to engineer in the city
If you like to learn (and since you’re reading this blog, the answer is definitely “YES”), then grade school was where it was at. It seems like with the passing of each grade, us studious young human beings took the knowledge and experience acquired over the past year and used it to shape the next. We grew, … Continue reading What grade school teaches us about our future
These damn recreational vehicles (RVs) are getting super popular these days. Especially in the last couple of years, RV ownership has thrived, and those living in these movable homes are getting younger and younger. How do we avoid getting ourselves in over our heads? While it’s great that RVing has become the “in” thing, it … Continue reading My #1 RV-buying tip
Hey all you number lovers out there! This post is for you. Today, I’m taking a look at the Rockstar Finance Directory that J$ and I built by running some numbers. We’re pullin’ out some intel. Of course, all of these numbers depend on the blogger giving us the straight scoop. We have no reason … Continue reading Numbers! Tracking the Rockstar Finance Directory
What if I have no plans to retire early? Is financial independence all that important then? In fact, why should I give a damn about this whole FI thing if I love my job and am perfectly okay working into my 60s doing something that brings a smile to my face? Because some day, your job … Continue reading Financial independence for the non-early retiree
Some will never retire early, and it’s all their fault. It’s true. The choices we make and motivations we hold make a profound impact on accomplishing our goals – early retirement or otherwise. I’ll let you know right off the bat that there’s a wheel barrel full of tough love in this post. I know … Continue reading Some will never retire early, and it’s all their fault
Happy weekend, all! So, how much is a Twitter follow worth? Ever wonder how much the average sponsored Tweet costs? I’ve got a guest post today from Brian Groener from Get Money, Got Money for all you money-lovers out there. Just over a decade ago, a kid named Mark dropped out of Harvard and developed … Continue reading How much is a Twitter follow worth?
The longer Courtney and I live this life of full-time travel, the more patterns emerge that help to keep us happy, yet out of each other’s way as we go about our business in our 200 square foot rig. And luckily for me, one of those patterns has me working a lot with pee. Human pee. … Continue reading Luckily, I don’t have a gag reflex