What to consider when planning for your retirement
Retirement seems like a big grey area that seems to encompass so much. Everyone thinks it’s just a number we need to reach in terms of savings, and okay, we all know about th
Women and Men – Looking at Money Differently
I was reading some interesting articles the other day, and it seems to point out that women want different things from their money than men. Women, crave things like stability, str
Is a millionaire a millionaire if there is no one around to criticize them?
The post is tongue in cheek because it is obvious this person who claims the following to never take advice from a millionaire: View this post on Instagram A post shared by Grant C
Early retirement is not all it’s cracked up to be and why we went back to work
I usually ‘early retire’ in between contracts but when it was around 2020 around the start of the year when I lost my contract (pandemic woes), that’s when I real
Why early retirement FIRE people can sometimes be short-sighted
FI/RE or written as FIRE in short form, stands for: Financially Independent / Retire Early In this, it means if you hit your FIRE number, or your FI number, you are ready to stop w
The new status symbols for the rich
These days, there is a new aspirational class that is emerging, and it has a lot to do with money, but with a new values aspect creeping in with social and cultural capital playing
Net Worth by Age (Informal Instagram Survey) & Breakdown with Details
Net Worth Survey I did a short little informal survey, inspired by Alyssa @mixedupmoney to NORMALIZE that net worths span a wide range, even within an age range, nay, an AGE, you c
Were women really all that greedy in the past?
Having read the amazing biographies of late, and other fictional-yet-historically-based takes on some of these women by Michelle Moran and Emma Campion, I can’t help but wond
Basics about Credit Scores & their Systemic Discrimination
People basically know f*#$ all about credit scores blogged here with ACTUAL COMMENTS from people about the misconception of how credit and credit scores work. You should really rea
Don’t give your child a cushy, comfortable life.
Children enjoy working hard. They enjoy emulating adults around them, and trying to shield them from “all the bad things”, including things like budgeting, taxes, and b