Back in the Saddle
So yeah, a little bit of a gap in posting…Almost 2 months… not to worry though! This blog is about life optimization (albeit heavily on the finance side) and we had to do some internal optimization in our own house. I mean, if MMM can do it…. JK love ya man Here are some […]
Travel Hacking Post 1 – The Game Plan
We have spent the last month and a half diving into our Experiments in Life Optimization projects that were announced in July. We have made more progress in some areas than others, but nonetheless, we are still working towards the goal of figuring out the nuances. For today’s post, I am going to focus on […]
Intro to Experiments in Life Optimization
Fancy title, but what on earth does “Experiments in Life Optimization” Mean? Read on… One thing that drives my wife crazy is when I make spontaneous decisions on trips or family activities. She likes to plan days or weeks in advance if we are going to do a major activity or go out of town. […]
Why Don’t We Teach Our Kids Personal Finance?
This is a great question. Americans are in a debt-death-role, borrowing more and more over time. The government debt is out the roof and there are no signs of it slowing down. The fed has maintained ultra low interest rates keeping it super cheap to borrow money and continue the trend. Could this be leading […]
Exception to the Rule: A Case for Not Buying
What sacrifices are you willing to make in order to launch your savings on an exponential trajectory? I know what you are thinking, “what’s the catch?”. Keep in mind, this can also dramatically reduce the time it takes to retire and give you back more of your life.