Why I Want Financial Freedom

What’s going on my peeps? I want to talk a bit about my favorite topic financial freedom. I want to discuss this because its way more enjoyable than talking about debt. Why I want financial freedom is very simple, because … Continue reading

Milestones Realized in 2016

  Increased Dividend Income from 4500 in 2015 to 5580. (Increase of 25%) As I’ve said before and I’ll say it again, invest today so that you can grow dividends. These dividends will pay me for life as long as … Continue reading

Knowing Where Your Money Goes in 2017

  “Do you know where your children are?” Even if you aren’t old enough to remember this famous TV slogan from the 60’s through the 80’s, the sentiment is easy to understand. It takes awareness to keep track of the … Continue reading

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

It’s that time again where we celebrate the holidays and ring in the new year. What new blessings will 2017 bring to you? Well 2016, I must say was not so good to me famiy wise, as I lost a … Continue reading

Personal Finance Myths We Need to Ignore

  Hello friends it’s the 4th quarter of 2016, and as I get through a tough patch in my life, the blog has suffered without fresh new content. It is hard to find the right balance when you lose a … Continue reading

Why is Time Important

Time is of the essence since the day we are born. But many people do not understand this because when we are young, time feels limitless and abundant. Summers felt like a year and a school year felt like two … Continue reading

Giving Money is Gratitude Multiplied by Happiness

Did you know that giving away money leaves you feeling great? It means that you can securely give without feeling a sense of fear or lacking in your money life. The one secret that many people don’t understand is that giving … Continue reading

What is Debt?

This is the piece I wrote on debt and I wanted to share a different aspect in describing debt to all of you today. Debt is really bad as all of you already know, and possibly you’ve read some debt … Continue reading