Setting Audacious Goals

Setting Audacious Goals

2020 is almost here-- and I haven't been so excited for a new year in a really long time. I don't know what it is, but I've always found that setting resolutions and goals for the year ahead felt arbitrary and not particularly motivating for me. But, at the same time, my life has always [...]

The Obvious & the Underrated | Resources for Personal Finance & Minimalism: A Comprehensive List

Photo by rawpixel via Unsplash.com PERSONAL FINANCE The Obvious: Dave Ramsey - Dave Ramsey's Baby Steps are the perfect starting place for beginners who are ready to change their lives financially. His podcast/show is a wealth of information. His delivery can be harsh, but I find that helps the information truly sink in.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rh6qxpP8nxE   The [...]

3 Ways Being a Minimalist Has Made Me Better with Money

Photo by Autumn Goodman via Unsplash.com  Minimalism and personal finance are far more connected than people might assume. Of course, minimalists generally buy fewer things. But how can the tenets of minimalism apply directly to personal finance? You might be surprised to hear that my first introduction to perspectives on debt freedom and investment was [...]

2018 Net Worth Update

Photo by rawpixel via Unsplash.com In the immortal words of City Girls, as featured in Drake's "In My Feelings": "F*** Netflix and chill, what's your net-net-net worth?" Truly a beautifully-put sentiment for the ages.  We can infer through the verse why net worth might be important to City Girls, but why would it be important [...]

#DryJanuary: Why I’m Quitting Alcohol for 1 Month

Photo by Tomasz Rynkiewicz via Unsplash.com I have a complicated relationship with alcohol. This makes me aggressively normal. My father is an alcoholic-- a long story and a fact that has affected my life tremendously. For this reason, I have been much less reckless with drinking than many of my friends. For this reason, I [...]