Shifting conversations

When I started on my “Personal finance” journey around when I was 16 years old, I used to say, “If I can’t retire by the time I’m 45 or 50, I’m going to be pissed off!”. That comment was born out of extreme austerity that I put in place at a very young age. That […]

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Year end blog stats

This is just going to be a quick, benchmark post that summarizes my year end stats.  With over 6,000 page views and roughly 3,000 visitors, it wasn’t exactly a stellar year.  However, the year ended with some momentum and I did double my traffic from the previous year.  I’d estimate that about 10% of that […]

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What will NOT happen when you reach FI

On weekend mornings I like to lay on the couch and watch early morning TV. (sometimes Merry joins me).  Often, I’m watching real estate shows that feature multi-million dollar NYC apartments.  Over the years, I’ve slowly realized…”that’s probably not going to happen.” This particular post has taken on many titles in my mind: “What do […]

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Fitness after 50

Fitness after 50 This post is meant to feature some of the core topics I’d like to focus on within this blog.  The main items of Finance, Food and Fitness, will eventually be referenced on my “about me” page.  These posts are meant to be a “Starting point” for readers and visitors.  It’s always an […]

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