Organize Your Life

Organize Your Life

These past weeks I have put in effort to organize my life. None of these ideas below are revolutionary but they have helped me feel more relaxed and productive. Feel free to read through and/or comment below with ways you stay organized. Inbox Zero First I achieved inbox zero in…continue reading →
Should I Buy A Rolex?

Should I Buy A Rolex?

I’m an old man at heart. The oldest 28 year old I know. Being an old man, I like old things. Old things were made stronger and better than most of the items of today—cars clothing, shoes, furniture, homes and scotch to name a few. The word “vintage” is consistently…continue reading →
Financially Independent By Forty

Financially Independent By Forty

My wife and I will be financially independent by forty years old, probably sooner. While this will be a huge accomplishment; it shouldn’t prove to be incredibly difficult. Currently we try to spend around $1,500 per month but based on our last progress report this is more like $1800. I…continue reading →
The Art of Being Positive

The Art of Being Positive

Life is good. Forget that. Life is great. In the past I’ve caught myself being negative about certain aspects of my life but recently I’ve come to realize virtually none of my problems have a substantially negative impact on my life. What do we in the well-off western world tend…continue reading →
Steveonomics Reading List

Steveonomics Reading List

Bloggers love lists, books and minimalism. I am no exception. I’ve always had a deep appreciation for books but over the past few years I realized just how much of a pain they are to transport and store, not to mention the price to purchase them regularly. I read about…continue reading →
I Like Social Media Again

I Like Social Media Again

By the time Facebook was ready for the masses I was all over it. Zuckerberg is a couple years older than me so I was on the ground floor. What I great way to read up on people before actually meeting them? I felt like I was in an exclusive…continue reading →
I’ve Created A Monster

I’ve Created A Monster

When I met my wife she was a happy-go-lucky girl without a care in the world. Raised by workaholic, well-to-do parents who nurtured without outright spoiling, Sally never worried too much about bills coming due or the rising prices of food and oil. Although I insisted on paying for our…continue reading →