Thats right, I just recently sold my house! What a relief. Back when I was 23 years old, I was about a year into my new career as a Police Officer. I was still living with my parents and now that I had such a grown up job, it was time to do the grown
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As a teenager I started to get interested in the thought of investing. I had seen some retirement calculator saying that if I started just investing approx. $100 a week (only $5,200 per year) and continued to do this until I retire at the age of 62 I would have just over $1.25 million dollars!
This is a huge topic that I’m pretty sure one little article would never be able to cover entirely. So my goal with this is article is to hit on some of the reasons that a person could feel the desire to get into better shape and start living a healthier life. What do you
Here we are, the topic everyone wants to hear about, investing. This is probably the topic that sparks people’s curiosity the most, but also is the most challenging topic for us to get our heads around. This is due to plenty of good reasons. The stock market can be confusing. Hearing about The Fed, bonds,
Trust me, I’m aware as to how complicated and overwhelming the health and fitness industry can be at time. Methods for fat loss, weight loss, muscle gain are always changing and it can be pretty difficult to keep track. At a certain point, a lot of people just say, “Screw it.” While the bodies processes
So you may be reading our past articles and realize that this whole financial independence idea is starting to sound pretty good. You are ready to embark on a path towards having the freedom to do what you want when you want to, but are still confused as to where to start. The investment side
As I’ve mentioned in a previous post I started on this road to financial independence about 7 years ago. Thinking back on it now, I think the mindset was always kind of there for me. I remember being a young kid probably about 8 years old and always wanting to save money. Back then, I
Gabe here! Fitness. Everybody’s favorite word to describe how long and far they can run. Or how much weight they can lift over their head. Or how many times they can pull themselves up to some arbitrary bar that is inconveniently set between their master bedroom and the hallway. “Hey you see that pull-up bar?