I grew up in New England and moved to the Midwest when I was 18. I wasn’t the greatest at recycling or preventing waste when I was younger, however when I moved to a different part of the country, I was amazed to see how socially acceptable it was to discard even commonly recycled items…. Continue Reading →
This last week we were exposed to a considerable amount of uncertainty as we waited for the election results to be posted and confirm our future president of the United States. This week, I became significantly more aware of the time I was spending watching the news and scrolling through my news feed, appreciating the… Continue Reading →
It’s November 1st and the pumpkins are quickly packed away and the holiday advertisements are already in full effect. This year it seemed like the holiday spending started even earlier with Prime Day. While Amazon Prime Day typically happens in June/July, this year it was scheduled in October due to the pandemic, and was advertised… Continue Reading →
In addition to financial independence, I also want to embrace the concept of minimalism. In this entry, we’ll talk about what minimalism is, what my experience has been and where I am on my journey, and ultimately, how to improve success of accomplishing financial independence by slowly learning to live with less. What is minimalism?… Continue Reading →
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