A week or two after Valentine’s Day each year, the gym starts to slow down a bit. There might be a surplus of bicep curlers still getting ready for spring break, but you’ll start to notice the increasing space. There are fewer people around.
In high school, I referred to February and March as the “dark period” – a seemingly endless stretch of cold weather until spring break. A few public holidays broke up the monotony of the school week. But the continued stretch of cold, dark days went on and on. [Read more…] about Balanced Dividends Shopping: 4 Considerations for February
Some define passive income and portfolio income differently. For simplicity, I’m considering them one and the same – income NOT “earned” via a paycheck from my employer. Here is our passive income breakdown as of month-end. We use Personal Capital to track our net worth, assets vs. liabilities, and cash flow.
As mentioned in my 2018 goals overview, personal fitness and health is one of my key goal areas for 2018. While finding balance is important, I believe nothing is as critical as one’s health and overall well-being. [Read more…] about 160,962 Calories and 209 Workouts: 365 Days Later
J Money over at Budgets Are Sexy recently wrote about failure. I’ve been working on this post about screwing up based on assumptions, so it motivated me to move this to the front of the queue. My main thesis is from a favorite movie of mine from the mid-90s.