One of my favorite small business blogs, Signal v. Noise, had a great post today on getting your business noticed. It referenced a research paper that compared the impact on happiness from spending on experiences to the impact from spending on stuff.
I’ve mentioned before that we have a family goal to reach all 50 states with our daughters before they graduate high school. We just got back from our third annual road trip - our longest one yet: 4600 miles of driving over 12 days, reaching 9 states.
Last time, we talked about the history behind the fashion money trap. With part 2, I’ll give you the six tactics I use to escape the fashion money trap and help me live a richer life.
If you only read one book on personal finance, The Simple Path to Wealth by JL Collins is a solid guide on the mentality and skills that anyone can use to take responsible ownership of their financial future.
Millennial males spend twice as much each year on apparel when compared to men of prior generations. Millennial females are in a similar situation, spending a third more than women of prior generations. How can we avoid losing the shirts off our backs?
I'm on a mission to get our family debt-free (including our mortgage) by 2020.
We're getting there through frugality, minimalism, and a whole bunch of awesome spreadsheets.