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The Link Between Stress and Physical Health

When I was in 7th grade a strange thing happened to me. During my yearly basketball season I was struck with a debilitating lower back injury. It was odd as there was seemingly no reason for the onset. No sudden twist, collision, or impact while playing that brought it on. The pain was so great […]

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It’s Not A Race To The Finish Line

An interesting opportunity came to my attention a few weeks ago. It was an internal position within my company that had been forwarded over to me by a coworker. At first glance, the position looked fairly unappealing – it was located on the other side of the globe, in a far flung country with a […]

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How I Average $135/month on Groceries

For the last few months I’ve been getting a few questions from curious friends and readers as to how I keep my monthly grocery spending so low. After all, for the entirety of 2018 I averaged spending just under $135/month on groceries, which was the lowest it’s ever been for myself since I started tracking […]

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Net Worth Update: February 2019

Welcome to another monthly Net Worth update! This time its Net Worth February 2019 edition: For those that are new, I will be posting these on a monthly basis to show my progress towards Financial Independence.  The purpose of these is not to brag, or show off what I have, merely to show that little […]

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The Need For Structure

When I think of life post-FI – the one where I have quit my full time job – I think of how much more free time I will have. It’s a pretty bizarre feeling. I can literally do whatever I want, whenever I want. Take a nap mid afternoon, workout at any hour, learn a […]

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