Monthly Archives: May 2018

May Results & June Goals

If you have noticed I’ve been writing quite a bit in the last week. I don’t have any plans to slow down in the foreseeable future. So Why Am I Measuring Progress On a Site That Isn’t Launched? If you... Read More

Save Thousands Of Dollars by Taking Advantage of These Nifty Job Perks

While I do work as a contractor (with the dream of being a full-time content creator), I’ve worked a lot of jobs in my career. When starting out in my professional career, I had to set up a set of... Read More

5 Reasons Why Credit Cards Have (Wrongfrully) Bad Reputation

There are two methodologies regarding credit cards. One is, “Credit cards are bad and you should never get them”. While compared to, “Credit cards are great if they are used correctly“. At age 18, I got my first credit card.... Read More

5 Overlooked Interviewing Tips That Will Get You Employed (I Hope)

People are people at the end of the day. We all want what’s best for us and for the people we care about around us. This also translates to companies that want to hire the best people for the job.... Read More

Should You Rent-to-Own Furniture and Electronics? (Hint: Probably not)

You might want to reconsider where you make your next high-ticketed purchase if you plan to do rent-to-own. Companies like Aarons & Rent-A-Center promise many benefits to “rent vs buy” furniture, appliances, electronics, and other home goods. I’m here to... Read More

Being Poor vs Broke – What’s the Difference Between Them?

Before I start diving the more financial related topics, I wanted to lay a foundation regarding the difference between being poor vs broke. I will speak a lot about how to handle finances that is dependant on one’s financial status. So... Read More

Why I’m Not A Fan of Most Financial Blogs

I was a late financial bloomer. Right now I’m 32 years old and have grinded my way up to be financially stable after a long road of struggle. I’ll be the first one to say that without all of the... Read More