Anyone else tired of these headlines? “How we paid off $300k in 5 years” “How we retired at 30 years old” “How I saved $250,000 by the time I turned 25” Whenever I first stumbled into the world of personal finance, these articles used to fascinate me! I’d click and read almost every one of them trying to gain some new insight or discover some unknown tactic that these … [Read more...] about 6 Realities of Chasing Financial Independence on a Middle Class Income
Welcome to my first monthly reading report! MY goal is to highlight the best content I've read of all time. Rather than try to find the hottest and latest articles, my hope is to point you to some of the most timeless and in-depth articles I’ve ever read. My goal with these monthly posts is to share with you some of the articles that have changed the way I handle my … [Read more...] about The Best Articles on Improving your Career: Monthly Reading (Vol 1)
Creating a fully funded emergency fund should be the first step for people trying to get their finances in order. These days the average American only has about $400 of emergency cash on hand. That’s hardly enough to pay for a month’s worth of food, let alone other basic needs such as housing and utilities. If you don’t already have an emergency fund then follow this … [Read more...] about The Definitive Guide: How to Start & Build an Emergency Fund
If you’ve ever attempted a keto diet (known officially as a ketogenic diet), then you know how hard it can be to find food that you 1) like to eat, 2) that is affordable, and 3) won’t take you forever to cook. The answer to all three of these issues is this incredible list of 43 easy keto meal prep recipes. As a former wrestler, and long-time gym-rat, I think I’ve learned … [Read more...] about 43 Cheap & Easy Keto Meal Prep Recipes to Dominate your Keto Diet
Today I want to start with a question. What is one of the most universally advised practices that so few people actually do? Think for a minute. Budgeting. Nearly every living person recognizes the value in creating a budget. Everyone knows how important they are to saving money. Retirement experts, financial advisors, and money bloggers all hype up the value in … [Read more...] about The 50/30/20 Rule: Is it the Best Budget for you?