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Disposable Products = Disposable Income

Disposable Products = Disposable Income

Grayson over at recently wrote a great article about our “throw-away culture” and it got me thinking about all the extremely wasteful consumer products that have wormed their way into our lives over the years. Here’s a few just to help you picture the type of products I’m talking about: Kreurig Single Cup coffee […]

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New Job, New Lifestyle

New Job – New Lifestyle.

The past six weeks have been some of the busiest, most stressful, emotion packed and growth inducing of my life. As I relayed in April, I left my old position and have begun working in my new job. As I noted then, this isn’t just a job change, but a career and a lifestyle change. […]

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Diversify your income not just your investments

Diversify Your Income Not Just Your Investments

Just about everyone will tell you that it’s important to diversify your investments. It’s pretty standard advice. Building an investment portfolio based on a diversified basket helps to ensure that if there is a significant down turn in an asset class, sector, or national economy you are less likely to experience a crippling loss of […]

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My Last $40 and a Promise to Myself

My Last 40 Dollars and a Promise to Myself

There are moments in your life that are so impactful, be they traumatic, surprising, joyful, amazing, that they leave an indelible mark on your life. They become cherished or shudder-inducing memories capable of stir up waves of emotion instantly. These moments shape our personalities and they build (or shatter) our worldviews. They become a part […]

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BookCrossing -

My BookCrossing Project

When I decided to get into the financial services industry, I started by reading everything I could about personal finance. I started with David Bach, reading the Automatic Millionaire, Smart Couples Finish Rich……etc. The more I read, the more I became interested. These books opened my eyes to the “industry” that is financial services and how […]

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Weekly Reading Roundup - February 10

Weekly Reading Roundup – February 10, 2014

I ran out of time this weekend – so right now I’m on a plane writing my belated Weekly Reading Roundup with the WordPress app for iPad. It’s actually not to bad, thought it’s missing a few features. Anyway the fact that I ran out of time this weekend and that I’m traveling for work are […]

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