You Can’t Change The Past

You Can’t Change The Past

Kerplunk! I dropped my iPhone 5 in the toilet on Saturday. I had always been so careful but one second after half-heartedly setting it on the bathroom counter it fell, bouncing off the toilet paper roll and into the bowl. Heart racing, I grabbed it as quickly as possible, ripping…continue reading →
Second Passport: Why You Need One

Second Passport: Why You Need One

Call it a backup plan. Call it citizenship insurance. I call it having options. As much as Conservatives and Libertarians like myself bash America for spying, stealing, and general abuse of power; it is still a beautiful place to grow up, live and settle down. However, as we can see…continue reading →
The $100 Shoe Collection

The $100 Shoe Collection

I am a man who loves shoes. Wingtips, oxfords, penny loafers, tassel loafers, and boots line a bookcase in my entryway. I would estimate I have 20 pairs of quality leather shoes but I have never paid retail for any of them. The handful I have bought new were on…continue reading →
What Do You Want?

What Do You Want?

Controlling your wants is a difficult endeavor for even the most disciplined of savers. But, without this skill, you can easily double your working years. What do I mean? The better question is, “What do you want?” Do you want a California beach house? Do you want a new Audi?…continue reading →
The $1000 Wedding

The $1000 Wedding

Oh how time flies. My wife Sally and I are coming up on our one year anniversary and as we reminisce on our lovely life together I thought now would be a good time to tell my readers how inexpensive a wedding can potentially be. Being more stylish (but also…continue reading →