I always like to see lists of things to compare against both my own learnings and to potentially learn new things. Here's a small list to check against whether you're going into your 20's or really anytime (these types of suggestions just work better if you can apply them early, like most other … Read More about Things I wish I’d done in my 20’s | Reddit
The TechLead, for those who don't know, is a software engineer who sometimes touches on the financial aspects of the trade. He put out a video recently that really highlights the reality of relationships and what can happen. Here's his story of his wife leaving … Read More about Successful engineer shares story about wife leaving him | TechLead
Ain't it the truth? https://www.reddit.com/r/WatchPeopleDieInside/comments/cje374/devastating_loss/ … Read More about Devastating Life Lessons | Reddit
Everyone loves buzzwords and acronyms and the FI community is no different. Here's a list put together by ThinkSaveRetire.com. I've got a page going here with my own list. Feel free to suggest any additions! … Read More about Early retirement buzzwords and acronyms you must know | ThinkSaveRetire.com
Saw this quote recently and thought you might enjoy it as well. It's pretty easy in the personal finance world to get caught up in saving a dollar here, earning an extra dollar there, that you forget that there are multiple dimensions and priorities in life. After all, if you just focus on saving, … Read More about Don’t get so busy making a living that…
These pieces of advice are definitely not universally true, I think the title is a little bit of a eye-catcher, it should really be 9 Pieces of Financial Advice That Aren't Really Universally True. Pay your mortgage off early. This is highly dependent on your age, your goals, your investment … Read More about 9 Pieces of Financial Advice You Should Ignore!