I read a *lot* of articles each week, related to personal finance, investing, family, parenting and the happiness that comes with it.
Some of them make me reflect on where I am on my journey and how I want to achieve my goals. This is a list of the ones that do.
Love the way Mr. 1500 uses the Titanic and when corrective action could be taken to drive home the point that you need to start saving NOW!
If you don’t start saving, you won’t die a horrible death, but you may very well end up working far into your golden years. And that’s a visual I’m not sorry to plant in your heads.
A very nice post on why you should not try to time the market and instead hold on. Should be required reading for all new investors and a refresher for all ‘experienced ones’
Investing is a long-term game and in most cases, time heals all wounds. The secret is to hold strong through market cycles and not take your money out of the market as things get bad.
I’m going to have steal this idea and do a post like this soon. Not directly related to personal finance, which is why its so great.
She and I are the same person by the depth of our roots. It’s like the two of us had the same deck of cards but we each played it differently.
This is a very comprehensive list of every single option to make passive income, and then some. Read it, and then bookmark it.
Building up a stream of recurring revenue that hops in your bank account without your direct input takes a crazy amount of work, hustle and/or investment.
That’s all for this week, folks!