Tons of people have written recaps of their time at FinCon18. You really don't need another one. But I did find something to talk about that is unique even here in the blogger forest. Nobody smokes at FinCon. Don't get me wrong, I know that hyperbole can be a writer's friend, but I meant that … Continue reading No One Smokes at FinCon
Life is short, full of stuff. I don't know what for, I ain't had enough. What happens if I should die. My wife takes care of many aspects of our joint lives together, but not the financial ones. It is already going to be tough enough to lose a loved one. I figured I might … Continue reading Things to Do in Denver when I’m Dead
There are lots of different flavors of FIRE bloggers out there. Plenty of them speak to me on a personal finance level. Others I find interesting in their own ways, but few speak to me on a personal level when it comes to background stories and past lives lived. Then I read 'Financial Advice from … Continue reading The Terrorist, The Girlfriend, My Sister & The Homeless Man
I did my first podcast interview. It's over at Millionaires Unveiled , just follow the link. (lucky number 24). Keep in mind I was just getting over a cold, I sound a little nasally. Between this interview, my personal backstory,and various other little bits and pieces of me available in this blog, a pretty complete picture of … Continue reading I’m Out there Jerry!
I read an interesting post today from CorporateMonkey about children in the workforce and its relative cultural appropriateness. It got me to thinking. Childhood is a relatively new concept, even in America. Probably a good idea. We protect our children from the rigors of the grownup world and allow them to grow, learn, play, and … Continue reading What Do Kids Know Anyway?