When Eleanor Roosevelt famously said “Do one thing every day that scares you,” she probably wasn’t talking about checking your bank balance. Here’s why you should anyway.
At first, budgeting seems scary, like it’s taking away your freedom. In reality, the reverse is true. Better yet, it’s surprisingly simple to make budgeting work for you.
At the recent FinCon18 conference, I attended a panel titled “Four Flavors of FI/RE.” It was organized to give influential…
Creating a “virtual bank” in Google Sheets to help kids develop healthy mindsets around money, spending, and saving.
Budgeting with someone you can’t stand is all about knowing when and how to compromise. Here are some of the most common situations and how to handle them.
Here’s why you should throw conventional budgeting advice out the window and instead think about all the things, both present and future, most important to you.
Last year I moved to Japan. It’s been fascinating to observe how the Japanese spend, save, and view money compared to people in the US.