Posted on 09 June 2012
Best Personal Financial Planning and Personal Investment Articles this Week from Personal Finance Blogs Welcome to the June 9, 2012 Edition #240 of the Carnival of Financial Planning. The Carnival of Financial Planning takes a long-term view of personal financial planning for individuals and families. We focus on efficient and sustainable personal financial planning practices […]
Posted on 15 February 2012
For some reason, we’ve decided to celebrate the insane. I’m sitting here thinking about our financial situation and what we can do to get ahead while Lady Gaga is playing on the radio.
Posted on 16 December 2011
One of my favorite professors once told my class that getting a good job would take at least two years and that we needed to start immediately. I took that advice to heart.
Posted on 06 December 2011
Several of my friends have asked why we would choose to be unmedicated. I hope to answer that question with this post.
Posted on 26 November 2011
This is me saying, “I want Thanksgiving back!” Do not open your doors before 5AM on Friday. Do not steal the attention from things that actually matter.
Posted on 08 November 2011
With Thanksgiving coming up at the end of this month, I naturally begin to think more and more about gratitude and the role it plays in my family. We have striven to teach our kids to appreciate what they have and be generous with others.
Posted on 18 October 2011
I thought I would never have to write another post on diversification. I was horribly wrong. If you still don’t understand why individual stocks are stupid and almost juvenile, then read this.
Posted on 27 September 2011
Timeboxing is a concept normally used in project management, especially software development. This post is about breaking down a large task into smaller tasks and giving each one a due date.
Posted on 20 September 2011
Rather than creating one portfolio that is set to mature when you reach a certain age, let’s say 65, create multiple portfolios with different target or maturation dates.
Posted on 07 September 2011
Budgeting is a very proactive activity. Budgeting is taking the time to decide in advance how you are going to spend your money and how you are not going to spend your money. A good budgeter will rarely end up in bankruptcy.
Posted on 31 August 2011
The team at Deals.com put together a pretty cool and highly informative infographic about Airline frequent flyer programs and their branded credit cards.
Posted on 23 August 2011
So why do we as individuals and even huge governments let things get so far out of control before we make corrections? Why don’t we guard ourselves against deviating from our course?