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Remembering Your First Money Lesson

When looking at a high level view of our financial lives, we all had to start somewhere. Some people were lucky and grew up in a financially literate household. Perhaps money was talked about often and your parents did all they could to help you understand the way the world of money worked, and helped […]

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Third Quarter 2018 Goals Update

Setting yourself up with solid financial goals is an extremely important task. It’s an excellent way to measure progress, as well as give you something to work on and constantly strive for. Ideally, I think you should have both financial and personal goals that you are tracking to. Every quarter I’ll be reviewing how I’m […]

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The Financial Implications Of Bottled Water

This week I finally made a long overdue purchase. It’s something I’ve been thinking about for a while and been meaning to grab, but kept putting it off and forgetting about it. While it was a small purchase and could easily be overlooked in the grand scheme of things, it can come with some big […]

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Don’t Overlook The Importance Of Personal Development

For many people, there’s one thing in our lives that often gets overlooked: the importance of Personal Development. It’s so easy to get caught up with everything that life throws at you that we forget about this incredibly important thing. For the average American who works until their mid-60’s, it’s very easy to become consumed […]

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Thoughts On Two Months Of Walking To Work

Admittedly, I’ve been a little late to the ballgame on most things Financial Independence related. Commuting to work over the years has been no exception. Since graduating college I’ve always had a lengthy commute, no less than 30 minutes one way. This is mostly due to the location of my various offices being out in […]

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