How Making a YouTube Channel Taught Me About Banking
When I was 11, I decided to make a YouTube channel. Consequently, and likely due to my youthful vitality, I became deeply intrigued by the system YouTubers used to earn profits through video advertisements and endorsements.
A Friday Chat About a LONG Week
Featuring Billfolder rmybrat!
Mortgage-Free by 45
Halfway through my resolution to start paying down my $67,000 mortgage on a $40,000 income.
I’m Beginning to Hate My Grocery Deals App
Why does it always have deals for EXACTLY what I’m planning to buy?
Turns Out Robot Financial Advisers Can Have Biases Too
Especially when revenue-sharing is involved.
Mint’s Graphs Show Me Exactly When I Started Cutting Back on My Spending
You don’t even need the actual numbers.
Why I Quit Using “Plastic Money”
And how I’ve become much more cognizant about how I spend it.
Halfway and Half-Assed: Loyalty Cards I Have Neglected
I have six Hale & Hearty cards at the bottoms of old purses.
“You Don’t Have to Invest the Money”
Another expert argues for cash liquidity… so you can use your cash to take risks that might out-earn the market.
Halfway to Financial Freedom
$14,000 is all that stands between me and freedom.