Investing money for your kid’s college education can be a tough choice. Should you do it at all? If you do, what’s the best way? Are there any hacks for this sort of thing? All this and more in today’s post.
A lot of time on this site is spent on personal finance, financial independence, and money. What if I told you that the best investments have nothing to do with any of those things? You might think I’m crazy, but you also might think I’m right.
What does work-life balance look like? Right now, I am not exactly sure. I’ve felt a bit like I’ve been drowning since my wife took a full-time job. Would going part-time help out? Tag along as we discuss five reasons I’m considering it in the next few years.
As parents, we are charged with teaching our kids so much. Yet, just like in the medical education system, talking about money is often considered taboo in family settings. Well, today, I want to encourage you to consider ten ways on how to teach your kids about money.
Time matters. Passion means something. Professional fulfillment also has a place. For all of these reasons and more, I’ve fully supported and empowered my wife going back. That said, child care expenses are hella-expensive. Today we will discuss two ways to ease the pain a bit: the flexible spending account and 2018 child tax credit changes.
After watching some of their interactions it became clear that something spectacular was happening. The patient was attending their own funeral. They were cognizant enough to have conversations with these people that clearly loved him. They shared memories and times together. What would you discuss if that happened?
A recent WSJ article looked into the poverty in our older generation and their inability to retire. It’s important to understand history or else we are doomed to repeat it. Come take a walk with me as we look at the reasons why they are unable to retire and how we can prevent this from happening to the current generations.
My oldest kid, little Miss Philosopher has been learning a lesson in 1st grade. Ironically, I’ve been learning the same lesson recently. When people try to define our self-worth and our abilities, I tend to try and turn the page or burn it. What do you do?
In medicine, we have to handover care to the medical providers coming behind us. Just like we run the list to “check out” on the patients we are taking care of, we will run a list of articles I think are worth your time to read. Today, we will discuss The June Monthly Checkout.
We’ve all been in the tunnel. It’s dark and dreary. There never seems to be an end to it. So, we just keep on walking; hoping at some point to see the light. The anticipated light can be so bright, it can prevent us from being here and now. Don’t become blinded by the lights.
Moments like this have a way of waking us up from our daily routine. The daily hustle we all perform everyday can make our mind numb. We just start going through the actions. As Americans, we have a hard time learning to live in the moment. Have you checked to see if you are fizzlin’ or sizzlin’ recently?
hen I laid down that night to go to sleep, those animal crackers were all up in my face. I don’t care what anyone says, what I spent my 10% Rule money on smelled terrible that first night. This post is about spending money on Winkbeds and Swagger Wagons.