I was looking back through old posts to see if any of them needed to be update, revised, or just plain rewritten. Your 'Voice' tends to change after you have been blogging for awhile. One of my older posts was about the usefulness (and addictive nature) of making lists. One of the subjects I suggested … Continue reading One List to Rule Them All
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
If you say that someone is whistling in the dark, you mean that they are trying to remain brave and convince themselves that the situation is not as bad as it seems. What are you afraid of? Whether you are worried about income deficiency, financial distress or investment peril, the method to overcome or at least withstand the immediate danger is probably based off of the … Continue reading Whistling In The Dark
I have published a post recently that was full of advice, but perhaps vague advice. It is one thing to outline the solution to a hypothetical with a proposed solution. It is quite another thing to lay out a real world example. I thought it was time to introduce a real life example of what I … Continue reading Flying To FinCon for FREE
A question as old as time. Handiness vs Frugality and When Do You Call The Guy? The answer varies from 'never' to "before anything actually goes wrong....just in case." Like most of the FIRE community, I hate parting with money. I usually don't unless I have to, or at least when it feels like I … Continue reading When Do You Call The Guy?